Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson, both 24, reportedly got engaged just a month after it appeared that they were dating.
Ariana Grande had an internet-troll to spoil with a song on her upcoming album “Sweetener” inspired by beau Pete Davidson. The lovelorn singer gave fans a seconds-long preview on Instagram Sunday-a song she said was called Piet.”
“What is the song was the clip, Miss Grande,” a woman asked.
WHAT NUMBER WAS THE CLIP MISS GRANDE
— xavier? (@notearscunt) 18 June 2018
“Starting today isss a break ab pete, the” Grande replied. “‘Pete.'”
The music plagues came just a week after the news broke that the couple, both 24, got engaged less than a month after their relationship went public. While some fans are excited for the couple, others are questioning the question or the whirlwind romance will last.
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“‘Pete’ girl, we know that you love him, but I’m stupid,” one Twitter user wrote.
‘pete’ girl, we know that you love him, but are you stupid
— ? (@blazedbyari) 18 June 2018
Grande clapped back with a simple “no.”
Another fan replied, “you really don’t give a f–k have you sksksks?”
“Forreal. the truth is ☕️ I the f–k thru it and life is too short to be cryptic n s–t about something as beautiful as this love that I am. so ǝʇǝԀ it is,” the singer said in a tweet, which has since collected more than 12,000 likes.
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“That is a v creative name,” a Twitter user replied.
“Thank you ? I had other options, but I found this to be the best,” Grande said.
Friends of the happy couple say that they just clicked instantly.
“I think they just had a super over natural connection right off the bat and have grown immensely close in a natural super short period of time,” a source close to the “Dangerous Woman” singer told Fox News. “None of them were expected, but they are both so over the moon and hope for a long lasting, loving relationship.”
Fox News’ Julius Young contributed to this report.