Ariana Grande slams ex-fiancé Pete Davidson on Twitter

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A day after the singer threw shade at her ex-fiance, Pete Davidson, Grande, 25, took to Twitter again to share a series of cryptic tweets.

The video features Davidson meeting Rogers for the first time and immediately asking if she wants to get married.

Ariana Grande has seemingly called out Pete Davidson after he joked about their engagement - and their break-up - in a new promo for Saturday Night Live. We all remember the "birth control" statement when Pete said he had switched out her contraceptive pills with tic-tacs.

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Though Rogers, 24, quickly declines, Davidson responds by saying he's "0-3", poking fun at his failed relationships.

She's since deleted the tweet.

"For somebody who claims to hate relevancy u (sic) sure love clinging to it huh", Grande wrote before following up with, "thank u (sic), next".

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It all started after Pete's latest stunt on SNL that was part of the next episode's promotion where Pete made a joke about his recent breakup with Ariana.

Then Grande proceeded to drag him to hell. Grande retweeted that tweet with a simple period, heavily suggesting that her previous tweets were about Davidson.

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