Pete Davidson and Ariana Grande call off their engagement, break up

The insider also alleged that both felt that "it simply was not the right time for their relationship to take off".

The couple announced their engagement in May, a few weeks after initial reports surfaced about the pair dating. According to the report, Ariana re-evaluated the situation and realized that she rushed into new relations and new engagement too fast, so she chose to call it off.

The pair has been inseparable since they got engaged in May after Davidson, 24, lavished the singer with a $100,000 diamond ring.

He went on to say: "But like in ten years if God forbid that ever happened, there will be a song called 'Pete Davidson" like playing in speakers at K-Mart and I'll be working there'.

Another person close to the situation told People that it was: "Too much too soon".

The fast-moving love story of Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson has reportedly come to an end.


She bowed out of an appearance with Davidson at the 2018 Emmy Awards after the tragedy, with her representative stating she would be taking "some much needed time to heal and mend".

They also both got an assortment of tattoo tributes to each other, with Pete getting Ariana Grande's iconic bunny ears logo tattooed behind his ear.

The group behind the gala was co-founded by the wife of Grande's manager, Scooter Braun. The two were spotted leaving 30 Rock at around noon on October 14, just hours before the news of their breakup went public. In late September, she took to Twitter to share some of her tougher moments with fans.

Last Monday, Davidson was seen with his Grande-inspired neck tattoo blocked out with a heart.

Another Go Fund Me Page was called "Pete Davidson In Need Of A House" and people had already begun donating money to it.


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