Pete Davidson is not the only one who says "thank you, next" here.
The Saturday Night Live comer recently returned to Instagram, but this time Davidson did so without a special follower: his ex-fiancee Ariana Grande . The two got engaged in June and ended their relationship in October.
On Monday, he wrote a passionate note to his Instagram followers about the eternal bullying he's been dealing with over the last few months. "I've kept my mouth shut, I've never mentioned names, I've never mentioned a word about anyone or anything, I'm trying to understand how, when something happens to a man, the whole world puts him in the trash without any facts of the frame of reference ," he wrote. "Especially in today's climate, where everyone likes to be offended and angry, it's really amazing, I've been bullied by people online for 9 months and in public."
Davidson also needed a moment to talk about mental health. an issue he has been very transparent and vociferous over the years.
He continued, "I have talked about BPD and suicidal thoughts only in the hope that this will help raise awareness and help children like me who do not want to be on this earth."
The comic concluded his note by telling his haters that he would not let them win. He said, "I just want you to know, no matter how much the internet or someone is trying to make me kill myself, I will not do it, I'm upset, I even have to say that, see what it's ̵
On Tuesday, singer No Tears Left to Cry defended her ex on Instagram. "I know you already know that, but I think I have to remind my fans that you are gentler with others, I really do not endorse anything but forgiveness and positivity," she wrote in a story about her story. "I am very interested in Pete and his health and I ask you to be gentler with others on the internet as well."
Grande continued to write about her own experience of dealing with negativity and how to handle it. "I have learned not to respond to social issues through my own mistakes, so I really understand that, but you really do not know what someone is ever experiencing, regardless of what he shows on social media or how he appears in them can promise you [sic] that you forget the point at which you are trying to do something, "she wrote.
She ended up with a positive comment on her ex: "I'll always have an irrevocable love for him. If you've got another impression of my recent work, you may have missed the point."
Also on Monday, an Ariana Grande fan account posted a screenshot taken from them the singer herself had received on Davidson's Instagram note. "I've never encouraged anything but forgiveness," wrote Grande. "I am very interested in Peter and his health and would never encourage any kind of mistreatment, I did not see any of it because I'm blocked, but I want you to know that I would never want or encourage it, and you should it knows that. I am very interested in it. "
When the report tweeted the image of her message, Grande responded with an emoji. She even praised Davidson in her record-breaking hit "Thank U, Next". She sings in the first verse: "Almost married / And I'm so thankful for Pete."
On Monday, E! News confirmed that Davidson "dated back".
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