Ariana acts in Coachella on April 20, 2018.
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Ariana Grande is taking time for self-care after she and S.N.L. cast member Pete Davidson He canceled his commitment during the weekend. In a message to his followers on Instagram, Grande published a video explaining that he will go to a break in social networks.
"It's time to say goodbye again to the Internet for just a little," he said. "It's hard not to run into news and things that I'm not trying to see, it's very sad and we're all trying very hard to keep going, I love you, and thank you for always being here."
It's been a tough month for the singer, who announced her commitment to Davidson in June, shortly after the couple started dating. Last month, Grande's ex-boyfriend, Mac Miller, died of a drug overdose, prompting her to take a professional break.
"Given the events of the last couple of years, Ariana is going to take a much-needed time to heal and heal," said a spokesman for Grande. People last month. "He will stay close to home and use this period to spend time with his loved ones and work on new music without a time limit. She thanks her fans for their understanding. "
Grande's ad is a refreshing contrast for other celebrities who have recently tried to break ties with social networks. After a series of public outbursts, Kanye West Abruptly deleted their accounts earlier this month, only to reactivate their Twitter a week later with a series of strange videos from Periscope. It is also known that Davidson eliminated his presence on Instagram at random, but returned shortly after.
However, there are some celebrities who take a much more standard break from social networks, moving away from the platform, but leaving the door open to return. Demi lovato, who has been open about his struggles with addiction and mental health, has taken multiple breaks from his Twitter and Instagram accounts, most recently after his alleged opioid overdose in July. Daisy ridley She has also been sincere about her relationship with social networks, and finally closed her accounts in 2017, saying Radio times which she believes is "very unhealthy for the mental health of people".
Big's decision to "say goodbye" seems more considerate than, say, eliminate everything and start over, even when everyone knows you can not resist coming back. With his next public appearance scheduled for October 29, when he will act as part of a televised special in honor of Evil, She does not need social networks to stay in view of the public, anyway.