Ariana Grande slams ex-fiancé Pete Davidson on Twitter

03 November, 2018, 02:53 | Author: Valerie Santiago
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Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson's high-profile engagement and subsequent breakup stole headlines for the better part of this year, but the Sweetener singer isn't letting her ex-fiancé get away with making her the butt of a Saturday Night Live joke.

"Hey, Maggie", Pete said, casually introducing himself to the singer-songwriter. "You wanna get married?" only to reply "0-3" when she quickly turned him down.

It all started after Pete's latest stunt on SNL that was part of the next episode's promotion where Pete made a joke about his recent breakup with Ariana.

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"For somebody who claims to hate relevancy u sure love clinging to it huh", she responded in a now-deleted tweet.

Then Grande proceeded to drag him to hell. Both Grande and Davidson met on SNL, and they were often criticized for their fast engagement, which lasted five months. In a series of now-deleted tweets, Grande seemed to find it amusing that Davidson "hated relevancy" in their relationship but continues to talk about her. A source close to Pete told HollywoodLife EXCLUSIVELY about how although he was hesitant at first to bring up his split on-air, that reluctance is now gone.

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