Over the last few years, Ariana Grande has been through a lot of emotionally harrowing events and friends, family and fans have sought to see her live happier days.
Her engagement to Pete Davidson was a surprise, but Ariana’s air of joy gave us all hope that she was on to better things.
However, everything was turned upside again when he ex-partner, Mac Miller, passed away recently.
Now, her fans are more fierce in the protection of her than ever before and after a recent interview of Pete Davidson’s and some concerning tweets from the starlet, they’re urging her topsoil with Pete.
This isn’t something extra Ariana needs on her plate.
Nonetheless, here’s what prompted fans to turn against him:
Pete sat down for a very intimate interview with Howard Stern this week, talking all things from his sex life, career, masturbation, and it seemed like no topic was off limits.
His comments wildly upset fans and we can see why.
Fans were furious that Pete said he felt “really bad” for Bishop Charles Ellis III, who was accused of inappropriately touching Ariana at Aretha Franklin’s funeral.
“He’s a really tall guy, she’s very little. He was trying to be funny. He did a stupid joke, he’s a pastor. He did a shitty joke, broadcast it on TV. Sh*tty situation… I feel for that guy.”
He then talked about their sex life, how he masturbated to her before they met, and “Any time we’re intimate, I’m always apologising and saying thank you. I swear to God. I’m like, you’re awesome for doing this, thank you so much.”
Fans noted the disturbing direction change in the interview when Pete revealed what thoughts run through his head while trying to make sex last longer.
"I was just thinking of my Dad being burned alive.
“That’s what I do. I just think of my Dad seeing that fire coming right towards me.”
Pete’s dad died during the 9/11 attacks.
As you can expect, many took to Twitter to slam such intimate details being revealed tactlessly in such a public domain.
Ariana has since responded to the intense fan backlash in a series of tweet, calling for everyone to stop.
We think Ariana's been through enough that we all need to give her the space to come to terms with everything.