Ariana Grande Tweets About "Patience" And "Pain" Following Feud With Pete Davidson

Ariana Grande Tweets About "Patience" And "Pain" Following Feud With Pete Davidson
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On the 2nd of November, Ariana Grande posted a couple of suggestive tweets in which she appeared to insult her former boyfriend and fiancé, Pete Davidson. As it was previously reported, Ariana and Pete called off their short-lived engagement back in September.

The 25-year-old pop star said in her tweet that she found something, and there was no reason to continue looking for whatever she wanted before. She said at the end of her tweet: "thank you, next."

Even though her tweets have been a bit strange lately, a lot of her fans believe she is merely dropping hints about her next album. Despite releasing a new record, Ariana is reportedly already working on new music.

Many people are curious to know what the next steps are for Ariana, who has had, perhaps, one of the most tumultuous struggles over the last two years. Ariana endured the Manchester Bombing at her concert, her ex-boyfriend died from a drug overdose, and then she split up from the SNL star, Davidson.

There's no question that the 25-year-old pop star has been through a lot. She even found herself embroiled in a quasi-sexual misconduct controversy earlier in the year when, during the performance of Aretha Franklin's song at the soul singer's funeral, the pastor inappropriately grabbed her.

The Bishop was forced to apologize, and Ariana took to social media to say that the only reason she didn't say something, was because she didn't want to interrupt the concert and performance.

In a tweet released on the 1st of November, Ariana tweeted that Pete loved to "cling to relevancy," regarding some of the jokes he made during a promotional show for NBC.

As it was noted earlier, Davidson and Ariana broke up around a month ago, following the death of her ex-boyfriend, Mac Miller, who passed away on the 7th of September.

Mac isn't the only one to pass away this year. Lil' Peep died from a drug overdose as well, as did the DJ and electronic music producer, Avicii.

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