Ariana Grande Claps Back At Fans For Criticising Her For Naming A Song After Her Fiancé

18 June 2018, 12:11

Ariana Grande & Pete Davidson
Ariana Grande & Pete Davidson. Picture: Kevin Winter/Getty Images
Sam  Prance

By Sam Prance

The 'Problem' hitmaker has no time for negativity...

The hype for Ariana Grande's brand new album is unreal. It's over two years since the 'Love Me Harder' superstar released her critically acclaimed third LP Dangerous Woman and fans have been eager to hear what music she has been working on ever since. Sweetener is expected this August and Ariana has already been teasing song titles and snippets on Twitter.

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Not everyone is happy with the news though. Just last night Ariana revealed that she has named an interlude on the album 'Pete'. The song is an ode to her fiancé Pete Davidson and some fans aren't pleased with the fact that the song is going to be on the album. Ariana and Pete recently got engaged after three weeks of dating and some fans are worried that it won't last.

One Arianator tweeted: "'pete' girl we know you love him but are you dumb". Never one to leave criticism ignored though, Ariana responded: "nah".

Amazing. Ultimately, we know nothing about the ins and outs of Ariana's personal life so to judge her for her relationships is uncalled for. Especially when she seems to be so happy right now. Another fan replied to her tweet saying: "u really don't give a fuck do u sksksks" and Ariana opened up even more.

The 'Into You' singer wrote: "forreal. the truth is ☕️ i been the fuck thru it and life’s too short to be cryptic n shit about something as beautiful as this love I’m in. so ǝʇǝԀ it is." OUR HEARTS!

It's no secret that Ariana has "been the fuck thru it". Last year there was a bombing at her concert in Manchester that left 22 of her fans dead. In the wake of it, Ariana hosted a remarkable charity event called 'One Love' to raise money for the victims of the attack and their families. Her kindness and strength know no limits.

Not only that but the MTV VMA award winner also revealed recently that her past relationship to Mac Miller was 'toxic' so the fact that she is finding love now that she refers to as 'beautiful' is something to celebrate.

We're so glad to see her happy right now and we cannot wait to hear what 'Pete' sounds like.