Ariana Grande has spoken for the first time since she broke up with her former fiancé, Pete Davidson, and has announced that she will take another break from social networks.
Just two days after announcing their separation, Grande moved to Instagram to share with fans what he had been doing since the breakup and what he planned to do in the future.
"Ok, today was very special and I am very grateful to be there", Grande began his Instagram message to fans, referring to his recording of NBC's "A Very Wicked Halloween", celebrating the original cast of NBC. Hit Broadway musical with stars Idina Menzel and Kristin Chenoweth.
But aside from her "Wicked" excitement, the young star also took a moment to address her recent anguish and said: "It's time to say goodbye again to the Internet for a bit." It's hard not to trip over news and things that I'm not trying to see rn. It is very sad and we are all trying very hard to keep going. I love you. and thank you for always being here. "
The announcement on social networks comes shortly after Grande shared another post on Instagram on how to fight his anxiety in which he wrote: "I can not believe that today I let my anxiety ruin this for me!" "Today not Satan! "Neither tomorrow nor the next day either, no more, you can not suck my big green day, sing my heart and be a great love boat."
Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson surprised the fans when they announced their separation over the weekend, but those close to the couple knew that a division was imminent.
"There were many factors that affected his breakup," a source close to Grande told Fox News. "Their relationship was incredibly fast and many people in Ariana's own camp were caught by surprise when they learned of their commitment to Pete." Grande and Davidson's relationship deviated when Grande's ex-boyfriend, Mac Miller, died last month of an alleged drug. The source told us that the singer "God is a woman" became a target for the fans of the rapper in social networks.
"The relationship was a lot, and Mac's death hit her very hard because she tried to help him with her addiction, and the way the social networks attacked her personally was difficult for her," the source said. "Pete did everything he could to be there for Ariana, but it was never going to be enough. Ariana was enduring too much.
Grande recently said he was going through a difficult time, canceling some appearances and tweeting many personal messages to fans who said he needed a break and lamenting the negativity that had been thrown in his way. According to Us Weekly, he retired from an appearance in a cancer benefit scheduled for last Saturday for personal reasons.
On Tuesday it was reported that Grande returned his $ 93,000 engagement ring to Davidson, but stayed with his pet.
Tyler McCarthy and Julius Young of Fox News contributed to this report.