Pete Davidson is getting personal on social media following his breakup with ex-fiancé, Ariana Grande, and her subsequent "Thank U, Next" music video that heavily alludes to their relationship and breakup. On Monday, Dec. 3, the Saturday Night Live comedian took to Instagram to post an important message about being bullied following his famous split. Pete Davidson’s statement after Ariana Grande’s "Thank U, Next" video is emotionally charged and so poignant for a lot of reasons, and fans are taking it al in. Elite Daily reached out to both Davidson and Grande’s teams for comment, but did not hear back by the time of publication.
If you somehow missed it, here is the drive-by on Grande and Davidson’s relationship: The two announced they were dating in June 2018 just weeks after they both ended previous relationships. Grande formerly dated late rapper Mac Miller and Davidson was with Larry David’s daughter, Cazzie. By the end of the month, Grande and Davidson confirmed their engagement. After a few months of matching tattoos, pet pigs, and tons and tons of PDA, the engagement was off. Reports confirmed the couple’s split by October 2018. Just like that.
During this time, Davidson hopped on and off of Instagram thanks to trolls who wouldn’t leave him alone. Eventually, he restored a handful of old posts. Currently, you can see 31 posts beginning with a picture of his Hillary Clinton tattoo from December 2017.
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