Nicholas Hunt / Getty Images for MTV
Ariana Grande posted a message for Pete Davidson 's Bullies: stop
The singer came in for her famous ex and went to Instagram one day after the SNL comedian, who spoke out against harassment.
"I know you already know [sic]but I think I need to remind my fans that you should be gentler with others," began singer "Thank U, Next." "I really support nothing but forgiveness and certainty, I am very interested in Pete and his health, I ask you to be gentler with others on the internet too, I have learned through my own mistakes to avoid responding to social issues, I understand it, but you really do not know what someone is ever experiencing, regardless of what they show in social media or how they appear in public, so I can promise you [sic] So, leave the point you're trying to let go. "
Grande's note concluded:" I will always have irrevocable love for him, and if you have had a different impression from my last work, you may have missed the point. "
Davidson was released on Monday a rare comment on what he has experienced behind the scenes.
"I kept my mouth shut, never mentioned names, never said anything about anyone or anything," began his public statement, also published on Instagram. "I try to understand how, when something happens to a man, the whole world gets rid of him without any facts of the frame of reference, especially in today's climate, where everyone likes to be offended and annoyed, it's really overwhelming For nine months now, the public has been bullied online and publicly. "
While the 25-year-old comedian's honest message continued," I spoke about BPD and am suicidal in the hope that he will will help create awareness and help children like me who do not want to be on this earth. "
Davidson concluded," I just want you to know it no matter how hard the internet or someone who is me I've won … I'm angry, I even have to say that … To all those who hold me down and see what it is ̵
As Gran In referring to her statement, she mentioned Davidson in her recently released single "Thank U, Next" and the accompanying record-breaking music video. In the song she dropped the SNL cast actor and her other famous exes into the hit.
"I thought I would end up with Sean / But he was not a match / wrote some songs about Ricky / now I'm listening and laughing / even almost married / and for Pete I'm so thankful / Wish I could say : "Thanks" to Malcolm / "Because he was an angel," she sings with mentions by Big Sean Mac Miller and Ricky Alvarez .
In the & # 39; 00s rom-com-themed imagery wrote Grande Notes to the boys in their own Mean Girls inspired "Burn Book." On the page for Davidson, the comments contained "Sry I Dipped" and "Love you always."