Ariana Grande slams Pete Davidson for 'clinging to' relevancy over 'SNL' promo

Yolanda Curtis
November 3, 2018

In a new "Saturday Night Live" promo, Davidson jokingly proposed to this week's musical guest, singer Maggie Rogers, as host actor Jonah Hill looked on. We all remember the "birth control" statement when Pete said he had switched out her contraceptive pills with tic-tacs. Davidson then turns to the camera and says, "0 for 3".

Fans soon realised that he was making reference to his previous relationships with Ariana, Larry David's daughter Cazzie David, and Carly Aquilino, with the former taking to social-media to reveal her true feelings about his jokes.

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In response, Grande subtweeted Davidson, writing, "For somebody who claims to hate relevancy u sure love clinging to it huh".

"SNL is about to milk their breakup just like they did with the engagement". Both Grande and Davidson met on SNL, and they were often criticized for their fast engagement, which lasted five months. At the time it was reportedly that "it simply was not the right time for their relationship to take off".

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They still have love for each other and wouldn't rule out getting back together in the future, the source continued, but for now it's over for them romantically.

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