Ariana Grande Accuses Ex Pete Davidson Of 'Clinging' To Relevancy

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Well, that certainly struck a nerve. Davidson performed at a benefit show in Los Angeles last month and joked to the crowd, "Anybody looking for a roommate?" Still, he made enough of an impression for "SNL" to work a failed engagement crack into a promo with this week's host Jonah Hill and musical guest Maggie Rogers.

Ariana Grande had an epic clapback shortly after Pete Davidson joked about their breakup in a Saturday Night Live promo clip. 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. After Rogers declined, Davidson looked into the camera and quipped, "0 for 3". Both tweets were subsequently deleted.

Several fans thought Grande was subtweeting Davidson when she wrote, "For somebody who claims to hate relevancy u sure love clinging to it huh".

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Ariana, 25, and Pete, 24, were engaged only a few weeks after they started dating earlier this year, and broke up 14 weeks later.

It didn't take long for the internet to see the similarities between Davidson's joke and his relationship with Grande, and call him out for shading her.