Pete Davidson Opens Up About His Breakup With Ariana Grande – Details Here!
Pete Davidson and Ariana Grande’s relationship from the beginning to the engagement and subsequent breakup is well documented. We’ve heard the thoughts, reports, speculations and such from everyone including fans. However for the first time we hear publicly from Pete Davidson on his thoughts about his relationship and breakup with Ariana.
Pete Davidson decided to open up about where he was in his feelings at the Judd & Pete for America comedy show. He was tapped to host the show and his opening remarks were, “Well, as you could tell, I don’t want to be here. There’s a lot going on,” he said. “Does anybody have any open rooms? Looking for a roommate?”
For those who have been keeping up with news of the former couple’s progression, Pete’s statement was a loaded statement. Sort of short but to the point. During this past summer, Ariana bought a $16 million apartment in New York and she stated that it would be their home. So, his question (“Does anybody have any open rooms? Looking for a roommate?”), turns out to be bitter-sweet comedy delivered by the comedian.
He continued, “Um, I’ve been covering a bunch of tattoos, that’s fun,” Davidson said. “I’m f–king 0 for 2 in the tattoo. Yeah, I’m afraid to get my mom tattooed on me, that’s how bad it is.”
“So, obviously you know I, we broke up or whatever but when me and her first got engaged we got tattoos. And it was like in a magazine like, ‘Was Pete Davidson stupid?’ And 93% of it said yes,” he stated. “So my boy, he was like, ‘Don’t listen to that s–t man. They’re literally f–king haters.’ And I’m like, yeah, f–k that. I’m not stupid. And the other day we were in my kitchen and he was like, ‘Yo bro. Turns out you were stupid.'”
Later in the show Pete Davidson said, “I feel like I am America,” Davidson retorted. “I’m a good guy that just keeps getting kicked in the d—. You’re like, ‘Ah, that f—ing poor kid. Hope he doesn’t kill himself.’ That’s America.”
Bitter sweet comedy, sometimes its funny and sometimes the person delivering the comedic lines may actually be hurting and may actually be speaking the truth at the same time. His last line (Hope he doesn’t kill himself) may later be seen as either a shot at Mac Miller or as Pete’s own reflection of his own feelings at the moment.
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