Ariana Grande Shades Pete Davidson After "SNL" Failed Engagement Joke

Ariana Grande Shades Pete Davidson After

Ariana Grande Shades Pete Davidson After "SNL" Failed Engagement Joke

Probably. Davidson's relationship with Maggie Rogers was not that much shorter than his relationship with Ariana Grande, and they actually got engaged.

"Hey, Maggie", Pete said, casually introducing himself to the singer-songwriter. In the teaser, Davidson appeared alongside celeb host Jonah Hill and musical guest Maggie Rogers, who will hit the SNL stage on Saturday. "You wanna get married?" says Davidson.

In a promo for this weekend's "SNL", Pete Davidson made a joke that seemingly was aimed at his past engagement to Ariana Grande.

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You would think that with Ariana taking her social media break as well as staying far away from commenting on anything Pete related that the tweet would have just been left alone, especially considering the fan hadn't even mentioned Ariana in the post.

The 25-year-old singer sent a cryptic tweet, writing: "for somebody who claims to hate relevancy u sure love clinging to it huh".

Grande was done with Davidson, sources previously told RadarOnline.com.

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"Ariana tweeted about their breakup right after the split; why is she allowed to address it publicly, and he's not?"

Our second source points out that Grande has addressed the split publicly so it's only fair that Davidson does the same.

Then Grande proceeded to drag him to hell.

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