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 Davidson tweeting some troubling comments that made fans worry for his life. Now, fans and fellow celebs are reaching out in support of Davidson and his mental health. 

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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.

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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. 

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.

Now, other fans and celebrities have responded by showing support and love for Davidson by tweeting out loving messages to him.


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