The 25-year-old was one of the thousands who re-posted the tweet and praised it for being amusing, but also took the opportunity to praise therapy because it actually saved her life a few times.
Ariana Grande is encouraging fans to follow her lead and seek out therapy to deal with trauma, because it has been her saviour "so many times". She then continues singing: "one taught me love, taught me patience and another has taught me the pain" and then move on, "I loved and I lost, but this is not what I see, then look at what I have, look what you taught me, and for that I say: Thank you, next".
"Even nearly got married, and for Pete I'm so thankful".
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It was posted in good fun, something Ariana herself got a good laugh out of when she saw it later in the day. "Wish I could say 'thank you" to Malcolm, cause he was an angel. No matter how painful! Breathin visual this week too!
With a new episode of Saturday Night Live being promoted, Davidson cracked a brief joke in a promo package for the episode, leading fans to believe the breakup would become material for the show.
"I know some of you are curious about the breakup, but the truth is, it's nobody's business, but sometimes things just don't work and that's OK", Davidson said.
Over the last few weeks, Grande has been very candid with her followers, tweeting with them about the music she's been working on and the emotions she's been going through after her breakup with Pete Davidson (even if she does end up later deleting numerous tweets).
More from Pete on Update. "So joking about breaking up and their relationship is not new".