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Ariana Grande Tells Fans To 'Stop Trying To Start Sh*t’ Over Pete Davidson

 

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Ariana Grande just had enough! The 25-year-old has asked fans to stop making hateful comments about her quick engagement and fiancé Pete Davidson. 

Ariana Grande Defends Pete Davidson

On Instagram, the singer-songwriter chastised a fan who suggested that the Saturday Night Live star was flipping off her fanbase in a photo taken in New York City.

"Hey, pls stop with the hate and all the nonsense opinion stuff. it's no fun for anybody in the fandom nor for me," she said. "i love y'all a lot... like family. and i work really hard to make u happy. please be supportive and kind to each other and about my life if that's ok. that's all i ask in return. have a good night."

The comment comes a few days after Davidson confirmed his engagement to Grande in a guest appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. In the episode, he expressed how lucky he is to be dating the former Disney star. 

According to reports, the "The Light Is Coming" singer has been wearing a giant tear-shaped diamond ring on her left hand reportedly worth nearly $100,000 since the beginning of June. 

 

The two started dating in May shortly after she announced her breakup with Mac Miller. Around the time, the young diva also previously clapped back to a fan who blamed the rapper's recent arrest because of DUI to his split with Grande. 

Ariana Grande Responds To Pregnancy Rumors

On social media, Ari has also denied and even mocked rumors that she is expecting her first child with Davidson. Responding to a tweet from one fan, the pop superstar said that she is not planning on starting a family just yet. 

She also commented that fans will likely hear rumors that she is pregnant every week until she is actually pregnant sometime in the far future. 

More Than Just A Fling

While many are surprised by their quick engagement, friends and families of the celebrity couple are supportive of their relationship. A friend of Davidson, comedian Sherrod Small, commented that the two have been through some tough times and are facing through the challenged together. 

"They giggled and shared their food," she said. "I told Pete that it was great to see him in such a good mood and, more importantly, happy and smiling. He laughed and told Ariana what I said because he knows that I truly know him."

Grande also has a track titled "Pete" in honor of her  fiancé in her upcoming album, Sweetener

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