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Ariana Grande Has The Perfect Response To Ex-Fiance Pete Davidson's Joke About Their Engagement

Ariana Grande Has The Perfect Response To Ex-Fiance Pete Davidson's Joke About Their Engagement

She's moving on! Ariana Grande wasted no time responding to her ex-fiance Pete Davidson's recent joke about their failed engagement. 

The "Saturday Night Live" comedian got some laughs from the audience when he poked fun at his four-month long engagement with the "God Is A Woman" singer. Davidson was joined by SNL's musical guest, Maggie Rogers, at one point during Saturday's broadcast. 

The funny-man said to Rogers, "Hey Maggie, I'm Pete. You wanna get married?" to which the songstress replied, "No." 

Pretending to look dejected, Davidson joked, "0-for-three," seemingly referencing his prior proposals to Grande and ex-girlfriend, Cazzie David. 

Grande was quick to clap back on Twitter, writing, "For somebody who claims to hate relevancy u sure love clinging to it huh." 

Subsequent tweets from Grande said, "Thank u, next" and, "k that's the last time we do that." 

Grande deleted the tweets shortly after, but the sting of her words remained. The singer's second tweet, "Thank u, next," was a precursor to the release of her newest song which bears the same words. 

While Grande has denied that the emotional song is a diss track, the lyrics tell a different story. All four of Grande's famous exes, which include Big Sean, Ricky Alvarez, Mac Miller, and Davidson, are mentioned in the track. 

The first verse references all of them, but one line that speaks to her relationship with Davidson has fans a little confused after his SNL joke and Grande's subsequent tweets. "Even almost got married / And for Pete, I'm so thankful." 

Things might have gotten a bit colder between these two since Grande recorded the track, with sources claiming that the former pair now have zero contact with each other. 

Despite their whirlwind romance and tumultuous breakup, Davidson appears to still have a soft side for Grande. During his SNL appearance, Davidson addressed the breakup head-on, saying, "I know some of you are curious about the breakup, but the truth is, it's nobody's business. And sometimes things just don't work out, and that's OK. She's a wonderful, strong person, and I genuinely wish her all the happiness in the world." 

As for Grande, it seems she's not shedding anymore tears for Davidson. The pop diva alludes to a budding romance in her new track, singing, "Plus I met someone else / We're havin' better discussions / I know they say I move on too fast / But this one gon' last."

 

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