That is the question when it comes to Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson's recent split, as the two are now navigating the rocky waters of moving on after such a high-profile and public engagement. In one of the bits, Davidson asks Rogers if she wants to get married, to which she deadpans: "No". Somehow though Ariana found the tweet and quote tweeted it after another fan said that they were Maggie, the woman who denies Pete's proposal in the video.
Though Rogers, 24, quickly declines, Davidson responds by saying he's "0-3", poking fun at his failed relationships.
Ariana Grande is not here for ex Pete Davidson's jokes about their recently called off engagement on Saturday Night Live!, tweeting and deleting about him clinging onto relevancy in the first direct shade we've seen from the singer.
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She's since deleted the tweet. Davidson performed at a benefit show in Los Angeles last month and joked to the crowd, "Anybody looking for a roommate?"
Then Grande proceeded to drag him to hell.
An insider close to Grande told People that the comedian joking around about the breakup was 'not shocking to anyone, ' but ill-timed, nonetheless.