Pete Davidson Sees Machine Gun Kelly but Refused to See Ariana Grande Following Suicidal Speculations – Details Here!
After posting a cryptic message which some speculated could be suicidal and a cry for help, Pete Davidson’s friends and family became alarmed. Ariana Grande took to social media to say she was outside the 30 Rockefeller Plaza building where Saturday Night Live is filmed. In the post she stated, “I really didn’t mean any harm. all i want everyone to be healthy and happy. so desperately. please. my god. I’m downstairs and I’m not going anywhere if you need anyone or anything. I know u have everyone u need and that’s not me, but i’m here too.”
Pete’s friend Machine Gun Kelly took to social media to let his friend know he was taking a flight to New York to make sure he was ok. Many other celebrities and fans shared the same sentiments for Pete and were very worried about him.
When Ariana Grande tried to enter the SNL building, she was prevented by security to go upstairs. After her requests security called the SNL studio for affirmation and were reportedly told by someone from Pete Davidson’s camp that he refuses to see her and she was not to be allowed to come up. Shortly after she issued the post above possibility hoping Pete would see it on her social media page and know that she was there for him too.
Pete Davidson later that night was photographed outside the SNL building meeting Machine Gun Kelly. MGK was visibly very happy to see his friend alive and as well as could be under the circumstances. Pete Davidson has reportedly be suffering from mental health issues and has reportedly talked about suicide in the past. Therefore when his cryptic post surfaced everyone became alerted. Stay tuned to this story, we’ll keep you posted on any updates.
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