Ariana Grande slams Pete Davidson for 'clinging to' relevancy over 'SNL' promo

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Pete Davidson made a joke about his failed engagement to Ariana Grande and it doesn't appear that she found it amusing.

Fans have been speculating that the tweets are lyrics for a new song she has been working on, which might reference her recent breakup, as well as the death of her ex-boyfriend, Mac Miller.

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Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson's breakup may not be so amicable after all.

Afterwards, Ariana sent out a few other tweets including, "thank u, next" and "hell naw tho".

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Then Grande, 25, retweeted a message with the SNL video of Davidson talking about their broken engagement.

The joke didn't appear to sit well with the "God is a Woman" singer as Grande took to Twitter and appeared to express her distaste for her ex's joke.

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The drama went down when the comedian turned to guest singer Maggie Rogers and said: "Hey Maggie, I'm Pete". And while it's unclear if Grande's tweets were directed her ex, it's much clearer that Davidson's joke on SNL was. "You wanna get married?" says Davidson. A source close to Pete told HollywoodLife EXCLUSIVELY about how although he was hesitant at first to bring up his split on-air, that reluctance is now gone.

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