'It ends now': Ariana Grande warns fans over comments on social media about her quick engagement


Relationships are best kept between two people; however, once you post about your very public, and very quick, engagement on social media, you can probably expect a few people to share their opinions.

Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson in Hogwarts robes. (Photo: Pete Davidson via Instagram)
Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson in Hogwarts robes. (Photo: Pete Davidson via Instagram)

Ariana Grande is over all the hateful comments when it comes to her engagement to SNL’s Pete Davidson. A fan account of the singer’s has taken screenshots of Grande defending herself and her fiancé, and fans of Grande love her response.

In one screenshot, one person comments that Pete is possibly giving the middle finger to Grande’s dedicated fan base.

Although it seems the commenter was making a joke, Grande wanted to clear the air and respond to any negativity that involves her relationship. Grande wrote: “R u nuTS?????? The PAPS..not YOU……???? ever…??? stop w this sh—. please. forreal. i love y’all too much for this. enough w the ig / twitter war thing. it ends now.”

Supporters of the “No Tears Left to Cry” singer are impressed with how she’s handling the constant coverage of her whirlwind romance.

Still, it appears that Ariana isn’t wholly unfazed by all the comments.

When a fan asked her why she included the sample “You wouldn’t let anybody speak and instead” in her song “The Light Is Coming,” Grande responded that the line referred to people’s personal opinions and how they are unable to fully hear others.

The sample in the song, which was produced by Pharrell Williams in collaboration with Nicki Minaj, is from a 2009 town hall meeting in which Pennsylvania Democratic Sen. Arlen Specter and a constituent argue over privatizing health insurance.

Ariana Grande’s new album, Sweetener, is set to be released on Aug. 17.

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