The amount of drama that has happened between Ariana and Pete both before, during and after their relationship has made it feel like they lasted a lot longer than they had. While it seemed like Ariana's release of "Thank U, Next" would be the last we would hear about her and Pete, it still doesn't seem like it's over just yet.
Earlier this week ahead of new music Friday, Ariana took to Twitter to say that while grown men were fighting online, people should pay attention to the music both herself and Miley Cyrus were dropping the following day. It was quite obvious at that point that the people Ariana was indirectly referencing were Drake and Kanye.
guys, i know there are grown men arguing online rn but miley and i dropping our beautiful, new songs tonight so if y'all could please jus behave for just like a few hours so the girls can shine that'd be so sick thank u— Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) December 14, 2018
While Drake has yet to publicly respond, Kanye has been blowing up Twitter talking about his beef with the Canadian rapper. Now, Pete Davidson of all people is in the mix after he took to Instagram earlier today to congratulate Kanye West on standing up for mental health and not to worry about people "pointing fingers". Many are speculating this post is an indirect message towards Ariana Grande for her tweet on Thursday night.
Since then Ariana has spoken out on her own Twitter account about what many are presuming is a mix between the way the media twisted her comments from Thursday as well as Pete's recent post.
last thing. stop weaponizing mental health. everyone.— Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) December 15, 2018
anyway i hate the internet so much. sending love. but like bye.— Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) December 15, 2018
While Ariana hasn't posted since those tweets Pete just recently posted an extremely concerning note on Instagram admitting that he doesn't want to be alive anymore.
Both fans of Pete and Ariana have flooded his comments asking him to stay strong. It's well known that Pete has battled with numerous mental health issues throughout his life and continues to struggle especially after such a high profile breakup.
Ariana has reached out and supported Pete in the past before, so we wouldn't put it behind her to publicly support Pete again while he's going through a troubling time. Though considering his comments may have actually been meant to be a jab at the 25-year-old singer, who knows if she'll respond publicly or opt instead to keep this conversation behind closed doors.
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