The Saturday Night Live comedian had no intention to hurt his ex, Cazzie David, when he started his whirlwind romance with Ariana Grande. Judging by her vulnerable essay for The Los Angeles Times, he really hurt her a lot and he ‘hates’ that he did!
At the same time, Pete Davidson still has ‘mixed emotions’ about Cazzie’s interview and her book that detail the breakup.
This is what an insider shared via HollywoodLife and comes after Cazzie made many headlines by revealing that she ‘shook uncontrollably’ upon learning about Pete moving on with Ariana Grande.
It makes sense she was so upset! After all, he allegedly started seeing the singer only a day after dumping Cazzie via text message!
But Pete, despite apparently never intending to use his romance with Ariana as breakup revenge, still sees the end of his relationship with Cazzie a little ‘differently.’
The source shared via HollywoodLife that ‘Pete sees the relationship he had with Cazzie as something he enjoyed, but sees how it ended differently than she does. And when Ariana came into the picture, that was such a breath of fresh air for him that he went on that journey fast and furious because it felt so right. He doesn’t want people to feel bad, but with breakups, someone is going to feel pretty bad. Hearts were broken but Pete had to move on. He accepts that Cazzie is saying what she is saying, but he can’t pay too much attention to it and has to move on, which he has.’
However, all things considered, ‘The last thing Pete ever wanted was for Cazzie to get hurt because of anything that happened between them. Pete was also figuring out his own stuff at the time and needed to decide what he wanted in terms of going back to what he had with Cazzie or starting a new chapter with Ariana.’