Ariana Grande Ex Pete Davidson Blasts Bullies: “I Won’t Kill Myself”

Published: Monday 3rd Dec 2018 by TGJ Staff

Pete Davidson has spoken out against the backlash he’s received from fans, since his split was Ariana Grande.

In an open letter posted on his Instagram account,  the SNL comedian explains how he’s never said a bad word about anybody and has tried to stay silent on the situation and says:

“I’m trying to understand how when something happens to a guy the whole entire world just trashes him without any facts or forms of reference.”

Read the heartfelt piece, which also sees him touch on his Borderline Personality Disorder and suicide attempts, in full below…

The letter comes hot on the heels of Grande’s latest video which spurned a sect of her fans to unnecessarily spam Pete’s Instagram comments with ‘Thank U, Next’ and a number of hateful comments.

Coming to his defence after the tirade was Ariana’s own manager, Scooter Braun, who commented:

“Stop the bullsh*t. It is nothing like that and Pete is a good dude. No one has hate for this guy and he is a stand up guy. Show respect.”


It’s irksome that after such a public breakup, one party tends to receives an onslaught of hate. Oddly despite no one knowing what actually transpired. Nevertheless, we do wish Pete all the best and hope fans are able move to on from this like both parties evidently have.

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  1. Lol December 3, 2018

    It’s sad that he even had to say something. But Ariana fans still feel the need to turn into bullies and automatically point fingers at a man knowing Ariana is no angel. If something happenes to Pete tho I dont blame her, I blame her fans. The thank u next jokes are all fun and games until someone gets hurt.

  2. StarXavi December 3, 2018

    I agree totally with Pete. But this is not even just about her fans, its about so many of the people with social media accounts and how they all think that what they say or do online has no repercussions or just don’t care about them. All this fake outrage over every little thing is obnoxious. And all the online bullying is worse, because most if not all of those people saying these things would be silent and starstruck if they ever saw any of these people in real life.
    We live in an ugly world right now and it trickles down into every aspect of life unfortunately.

  3. Whoops 🤭💅🏾🤷🏽‍♀️ December 3, 2018

    I mean, I don’t like him because he’s a pig, but he’s right about her abusive fans. Ariana’s fans are primarily pre pubescent ignorant 14 year olds who don’t know anything about anything but insist on obsessively bullying him about a relationship they know nothing about. Three sides to every story.

  4. bravo!! December 4, 2018

    They better leave Pete f****** alone!! I love Pete and that’s all that matter. Pete has been through a lot and he don’t need none of these mf on his back.

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