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There seems to be no bad blood Ariana Grandethe group and its ex Pete Davidson.
The singer's director, Scooter Braunhe came Saturday Night Live Star defense Wednesday after social media trolls hides his former fiancé Instagram.
When Davidson published his first post, he began his short hairdo. Some followers gladly regained the platform, others took a few holes.
"It's a much better BYE break with the tysm in a squeezed tysm Ariana bc," he wrote.
"Thank you, next," he wrote, referring to the recent success of Grande.
Except enough, Braun jumped to the shadow.
"Stop the bulls – t", he voted for the first user. "That's not that, and Pete is good. Someone does not hate such a guy and a hobby. Show respect, because they trust each party, they know and know well."
Big and Davidson committed their commitment in October, and both sides seem ready to move forward. Soon, Grande thanked "happy" thanks to her thanks "Thank you," and Davidson talked about Grande. SNL.
"He is a wonderful and powerful person, and I want to be really happy in the world," he said.
See? There is no shadow