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Joke Of Pete Davidson Goes Unapproved By Ariana Grande

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What previously appeared as a smooth split is now gaining fire. Perhaps, we should leave out any hopes of Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson reuniting now that things have started to get messy post-break-up. In a recent promo clip for Saturday Night Live, Davidson poked some fun at his failed engagement. But Ariana did not find it funny. The singer fired back at her ex on Twitter seriously shading him. That post definitely struck a chord because reports say Pete Davidson now won’t be talking about his breakup on the episode now.

What Really Happened…

In the promo for weekend’s Saturday Night Live, Pete Davidson joked about his failed engagement to Ariana Grande. Not just that, but he extended his joke by proposing to musical guest Maggie Rogers. When Maggie denies his offer, he claims that he is now 0-3. And that’s a reference to his previous failed relationships with Ariana Grande and Cazzie David.

As soon as the clip came out and received attention online, Ariana Grande reacted. The pop singer talked about him in a way we did not see before. The singer wrote in a now-deleted tweet that,

For somebody who claims to hate relevancy u sure love clinging to it huh.

She also retweeted a fan who wrote that,

Tag yourself i’m Maggie.

According to reports from TMZ, Pete Davidson will not be mentioning his breakup in the upcoming episode. The couple had an agreement to stay silent about it. Davidson will now just resort to honoring it. Now that his words offended Ariana Grande making her throw shade at him publicly, there is no reason to keep doing that.

But one thing is clear, Pete Davidson and Ariana Grande are definitely not getting back together. So all those who lived on that idea, time to move on!

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