Celebrities Are Sending Pete Davidson Love And Support After His Troubling Instagram Posts Yesterday
Pete Davidson's friends and fans are worried about him after his most recent posts on Instagram.
Over the weekend, a group of celebrities including Kanye West, Drake, Ariana Grande, Pete Davidson and Kim Kardashian all got involved in an online argument that ended with. Now, fans and fellow celebs are reaching out in support of Davidson and his mental health.
It all started when Kanye West and Drake got into an argument via Twitter, during which, West commented on his mental health. While they were arguing, Grande piped in and made a joke out of their online feud while promoting her new single with Miley Cyrus.
After seeing this, Davidson commented on the matter via Instagram by thanking West for speaking out about his mental health and followed up the statement by saying that Davidson didn't want to be on this Earth anymore. Shortly after posting this, Davidson deleted his entire Instagram and the posts.
Quickly, fans and celebs began commenting about Davidson's state and hoping that he was okay. Davidson has previously stated that he's dealt with several mental health issues, depression being one of them.
Ariana Grande reached out to Pete Davidson after his seemingly suicidal message in now deleted tweets. pic.twitter.com/cLYD0RwGN9— The Swype ™ (@TheSwype) December 16, 2018
im in the plane now on the way to see Pete. gonna make sure he’s good, i promise. can’t have my boy in the darkness like that.— colson (@machinegunkelly) December 15, 2018
After he posted the troubling post, Grande, Davidson's ex-girlfriend responded by saying that she was going to make sure that Davidson was okay and that she regretted her comment about Kanye West and Drake's online feud.
Shortly after, Davidson's friend and known-rapper Machine Gun Kelly tweeted that he was on his way to NYC to make sure Davidson was okay. Shortly after, they were spotted together.
I'm so happy to hear that Pete Davidson is okay pic.twitter.com/orxppz2N5Q— Ashley B (@ashley_bisogno) December 16, 2018
Now, other fans and celebrities have responded by showing support and love for Davidson by tweeting out loving messages to him.
prayers for Pete Davidson. not cause it’s a Twitter trend. not cause you do or don’t “stan” him. because he’s a human with a heart who’s hurting and has to do it in front of millions of people- which can truly be the loneliest place. you’re valued Pete. we want you here.— Tana Mongeau (@tanamongeau) December 16, 2018
No matter what we think of celebrities or public figures, Pete Davidson is a human being who deserves to live. The thousands of hurtful comments to him are shameful and inhumane. Please know Pete, that you are loved by millions. Most of all, your family loves you unconditionally. pic.twitter.com/t5EFwCboEd— Eugene Gu, MD (@eugenegu) December 15, 2018
Breaks my heart to see Pete Davidson feeling like this :( Hold on and stay tough man, the reason may not seem clear right now but life will come around for you. You got this bro— Grayson Dolan (@GraysonDolan) December 15, 2018
Pete Davidson ... hang in there. There is a lot of help out here. Surrender to some love some where around you ... today! Right now! And then ... let in the help that will become available. I’m praying for you Pete. I’ve been there. It gets better.— Jada Pinkett Smith (@jadapsmith) December 15, 2018
My heart skipped a beat when I saw #PeteDavidson just now. I just want to hug you, & am so proud you built up the strength to go into work and fulfill responsibilities despite your current state of mind. You’re stronger than you think. I love you ❤️ #snl— Dåhłîä❕ (@SparkleCookiez) December 16, 2018
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