Ariana Grande Vilified Over Pete Davidson’s Post

Once again, Ariana Grande’s personal life and relationship problems have come to the fore, with her ex-fiance Pete Davidson recently posting a seemingly suicidal post on his personal Instagram account. The post led to a lot of cry on social media, an invitation to cops to investigate the matter, as well as Ariana receiving a lot of hate online.

Davidson, the Saturday Night Live star, had a visit from the police after his Instagram post which included, “I really don’t want to be on this earth anymore.” What followed was him deleting his Instagram account shortly later, which had over 2.5 million followers. Ariana received a lot of backlash due to this post.

For all those who don’t know, rapper Mac Miller (Malcom McCormick) died just a couple of months back due to ‘accidental drug overdose’. He was also Ariana’s ex-boyfriend and it was very much known how he was struggling dealing with his failed relationship with the singer. His inability to cope with this, along with years of alcohol and drug abuse that preceded, were some of the reasons that led to his death.

Ariana Grande reaches out to help Pete Davidson

At that point, Grande received a lot of ugly messages on social media which even led to her blocking comments on her Instagram page at one point of time. This time however, she reached out to Davidson immediately after seeing this post, letting him know that she’s around if he ever needed any help.

All this happened after Davidson stood up after the recent drama between Kanye West and Grande on Twitter. Grande immediately tweeted saying, “Man I’m so sorry I told a dumb joke. I really didn’t mean any harm. All I want everyone to be healthy and happy. So desperately. Please. My god…I’m downstairs and I’m not going anywhere if you need anyone or anything. I know u have everyone u need and that’s not me, but I’m here too.”

She received a lot of backlash over this post as well, with thousands of people wanting to know why she couldn’t call and speak to Davidson directly, rather than using social media. To this, she also replied saying, “No I couldn’t because I don’t have his number. What else??????????????????? How else would we like to vilify me today? Pls keep going bc I haven’t had enough guilt at all.”

However, all these tweets and posts have been deleted and taken off the internet:

It seems to be a sweet gesture from Ariana Grande to let Pete Davidson know that she’s around if he needs some help, but fans are being very harsh on her right now. For all updates on this story and other entertainment updates from around the world, keep following


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