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Even Ariana Grande Doesn’t Want You to Bully Pete Davidson

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The power couple Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson split a few weeks back. After a rushed engagement following only a few months of romance and dating, the couple failed to make things work. And probably, the death of Ariana’s ex Mac Miller worsened the situation for them. Following the split, Pete Davidson took a break from social media while Ariana Grande told people that she will be taking some time off too. But even then things for Davidson got bad when he joked about the split openly. And with Ari’s Thank U, Next out many people are thinking its a diss track for her ex. Now that Davidson found the courage to return back to social media, things have not been easy. He chose to open up about being bullied online and in public continually. And Ariana Grande responded requesting her fans to lay off her ex.

Pete Davidson Returns To Social Media

In a raw and emotional post on Instagram, Pete Davidson marked his return to social media. He addressed all the hate and negative comments that he generated following his split from Ariana Grande. Especially, after her Thank U, Next came out which explicitly talks about the breakup. He admitted that he got bullied in public and on the internet for the past nine months. And claimed that he had stayed quiet for too long watching how people trash a guy without knowing anything in real. He continued to talk about his mental health, and how he has publicly talked about suicide in the past. But it was in the hope to help people like him who just do not wish to live on Earth anymore. Pete Davidson concluded his post saying that,

I just want you guys to know. No matter how hard the internet or anyone tries to make me kill myself. I won’t. I’m upset I even have to say this. To all those holding me down and seeing this for what it is — I see you and I love you.

Ariana Grande Rushes To Davidson’s Defense

Is Ariana Grande the perfect ex or what? After Pete Davidson opened up about being bullied, Ari rushed to his defense online. In her Instagram story, she re-posted his former note on social media. And then urged her fans to be kinder online because they do not know what someone else might be experiencing. She added that she endorsed nothing but forgiveness and positivity. And that she greatly cared for Pete and his health. Ariana Grande claimed that she had learnt from her mistakes that being reactive on social media was not a good choice. She continued to request people to be gentler online. And to let whatever point they were trying to make just go.

Ariana Grande also opened up about her feelings towards Pete Davidson following the split. And addressed the fact that Thank U, Next was not a diss track. She wrote that,

I will always have irrevocable love for him and if you’ve gotten any other impression from my recent work, you might have missed the point.

Well, it’s not only for Davidson but mental health is very important. So let’s just all be good to each other always!

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