You tell’ em, Pete Davidson! On Monday, February 25, Ariana Grande’s ex-fiancé, 25, had an audience member removed from his comedy show for making a tasteless joke about Mac Miller. According to Us Weekly, the heckler yelled the late rapper’s name following one of Pete’s bits. “So a funny thing happened to me recently in my apartment. My friend died of a heart attack,” the SNL comedian quipped to the crowd.
Thankfully, Pete wasted no time in identifying the crude showgoer. Per additional reports, the Big Time Adolescence star stopped his routine and asked the rest of audience to point out the person who yelled. He then had security escort the person out of the building. Once the individual was removed, Pete reportedly declared, “I’m not going to have any of that s—t happening at my show,” before continuing with his set. We stan!
Despite the fact that Mac’s tragic death seemingly played a large part in Pete’s breakup with the “Imagine” singer, 26, this supposed incident is proof that there’s hardly any bad feelings between the former flames. In fact, per Ariana’s song “Ghostin” from her latest hit album, Thank U, Next, it seems as though the brunette beauty is nothing but thankful for Pete’s patience and understanding while she grieved the loss of her longtime love.
The lyrics read: “Baby, you do it so well/ You been so understanding, you been so good/ And I’m puttin’ you through more than one ever should/ And I’m hating myself ’cause you don’t want to/ Admit that it hurts you,” she sings before the chorus starts. “I know that it breaks your heart when I cry again/ Over him, mmh/ I know that it breaks your heart when I cry again/ ‘Stead of ghostin’ him.”
We suspect that when Ariana hears about Pete’s recent good deed, she’ll continue to be “so f—–g grateful for her ex.”
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