The singer and the “Saturday Night Live” comedian essentially redefined whirlwind romance when they seemingly split with their respective partners,started dating each otherandgot engagedall within a matter of weeks.
Their relationship certainly has its supporters ― fans have already dubbed the pair Grandson ― but there are some out there who are reluctant to fully jump aboard and ship the couple given just how quickly things are moving.
Ahead of the release of her new single “The Light Is Coming,” Grande teased asnippet of another new song, which she later revealed was named “Pete,” presumably after her new beau.
When one fan pushed back on the title, writing, “girl we know you love him but are you dumb,” Grande clapped right back with a response that puts everything into perspective.
“Nah, ” she wrote.
After another follower added that Grande “really don’t give a fuck,” the singer confirmed that the sentiment was very much accurate.
“forreal. the truth is i been the fuck thru it and life’s too short to be cryptic n shit about something as beautiful as this love I’m in. so ǝʇǝԀ it is,” she continued.
While Grande didn’t further elaborate on her point, it’s certainly true that the singer’s life has been steeped in turmoil over the last year.
She recently paid tribute to the victims of terrorist attack following her concert in Manchester, England, a year ago that killed 22 people and revealed she suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder after the bombing.
“I know those families and my fans, and everyone there experienced a tremendous amount of it as well,” said Grande of suffering from PTSD in an interview with British Vogue.
The 24-year-old also ended a two-year-long relationship with rapper Mac Miller, which she later described as “toxic” and “scary.”
Days after their split, Miller was charged with DUI and hit-and-run after police said he struck a power pole and fled the scene.
When a fan seeminglyplaced blame on Grande for not sticking by his sideduring a turbulent time, she shed some light on the unhealthy dynamics of their relationship.
“I have cared for him and tried to support his sobriety & prayed for his balance for years (and I always will of course), but shaming/blaming women for a man’s inability to keep his shit together is a very major problem,” she wrote in response on social media. “let’s please stop doing that.”
Now, Grande is happy with Davidson, who makes frequent appearances on her social media, with the singer even joking that her Instagram is now only a “pete davidson update” account.
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This article originally appeared on HuffPost.