Pete Davidson Posts Disturbing Message … ‘I Really Don’t Want To Be On This Earth Anymore’

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12:15 PM PT — TMZ has learned Ariana Grande is at the 30 Rock building to see Pete if possible. She tweeted … “I’m downstairs and I’m not going anywhere if you need anyone or anything. I know u have everyone u need and that’s not me, but i’m here too.”

She also apologized for her “dumb joke” about Kanye and Drake’s beef that led to the topic of mental health when Kanye went after her. She said … “i really didn’t mean any harm. all i want everyone to be healthy and happy. so desperately. please. my god.” 

Grande also deleted her previous tweets about “triggering” Kanye and commenting on mental health. 

11:58 AM PT — Pete has made numerous comments on social media in the past about suicidal thoughts to varying degrees. He has now wiped all of that clean by deleting his Instagram account. Sources close to Pete tell TMZ … they believe his emotional turmoil has escalated recently and are very worried about him.

11:43 AM PT — Multiple sources have told us Pete is at ‘SNL’ rehearsing for tonight’s show. It’s bizarre, but it seems like he may have posted his ominous note while he was at work or on the way in.

11:25 AM PT — NYPD tells TMZ … it received a flurry of calls from fans worried about Pete, so they’ve sent officers out to find him to do a welfare check.

Machine Gun Kelly tweeted about the situation, saying he’s on a plane to see Pete to make sure he’s good.

Jon Cryer also just tweeted that he heard Davidson is at ‘SNL’ and accounted for.

Pete Davidson just shared a troubling and cryptic message … implying he’s having suicidal thoughts.

The ‘SNL’ star posted the note on Instagram, saying … “i really don’t want to be on this earth anymore. i’m doing my best to stay here for you but i actually don’t know how much longer i can last.”

It’s unclear to whom Pete’s directing his words, but he adds … “all i’ve ever tried to do was help people. just remember i told you so.”

Davidson’s message seems to be a cry for help — just minutes before he posted it he responded to Kanye West going after his ex, Ariana Grande, by commending Ye for speaking about against mental health issues.

He said … “I can’t explain to you enough how difficult and scary it is to be honest about stuff like this.”

Just 2 weeks ago, Davidson went off on online trolls for harassing and bullying him, telling them he wouldn’t kill himself no matter how hard they tried to get him to. Ariana responded not long afterward, telling her fans to “be gentler” with Pete and others … saying she cares deeply about him and his health.

As you know, it’s been a turbulent year for Pete. He got engaged to Grande and then they split, and he also had to deal with a controversy on ‘SNL’ for making a joke about a wounded vet.

Speaking of ‘SNL’ … there’s an all-new episode tonight with host Matt Damon and musical guests Miley Cyrus and Mark Ronson. We did some checking, and it doesn’t look like Pete was featured in any of the promos this week. It’s unclear if he’ll show up for work tonight.

Pete’s been very open about his mental health issues recently, but it’s clear now … he needs some more help.

Ariana Grande Drops ‘Thank U, Next’ Video Sorry I Dipped, Pete!!!

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Ariana Grande‘s highly-anticipated “Thank U, Next” music video has finally dropped … and it includes an apology to her ex-fiance Pete Davidson.

During the “Mean Girls” portion of the video … Ariana’s “Burn Book” includes a page for Pete with the words “Sry I Dipped,” “Love U Always” and “HUUUUUUGE.”

Kris Jenner also made an appearance in the “Mean Girls” part of the vid … playing Amy Poehler‘s “cool mom” character. As we first reported … a Kardashian was gonna make a dancing cameo appearance. We didn’t know who at first but later learned it was Kris, and the music video confirms it.

As you know … the music video featured scenes from 4 female-driven films that have special meaning to Ariana — “13 Going on 30,” “Mean Girls,” “Legally Blonde” and “Bring it On.”

Tons of celebrities made cameos to help AG pull it all off … including Jennifer Coolidge, Jonathan Bennett and Troye Sivan.

There’s even a nod to Pete Davidson‘s nether regions … Ariana has some dialogue with Coolidge where she mentions a boy with a “BIG” one … she’s dropped hints on Pete’s genital size before.

Ariana’s been teasing the video for some time now … even releasing a behind-the-scenes teaser of the making of the music video. Fans and celebs alike were fired up for the video … including Bella and Gigi Hadid.

Pete Davidson: I’m Sorry I’m Such a Jackass, OK?!

So a lot of people haven't been too into Pete Davidson lately.

Well, a lot of people haven't been into Pete Davidson for a long time, but let's just focus on what's been going on lately, OK?

His breakup with Ariana Grande has quite a bit to do with this — she has a lot of really hardcore fans, and they're not happy with him right now.

But even besides all the Ariana drama, he's gotten a ton of backlash for some jokes he made about Dan Crenshaw last week on Saturday Night Live.

In case you missed this story and also don't keep up with politics, Dan Crenshaw is a Congressman-elect from Texas.

He's also a veteran who wears an eye patch because his eye was destroyed in combat.

Last week during the Weekend Update segment, Pete was mocking the appearance of several candidates in the midterm elections.

And when Crenshaw came up, he said that he looked like "a hit man in a porno movie."

"I'm sorry," he continued, "I know he lost his eye in war or whatever. Whatever."

Except to many people, it was not whatever.

Pete got a whole lot of hate for his comment, which was definitely fair.

As Crenshaw himself tweeted, SNL should recognize "that vets don't deserve to see their wounds used as punchlines for bad jokes."

It was honestly a pretty big controversy last week.

So what about this week?!

Pete showed up on Weekend Update once again, this time to apologize.

"I mean this from the bottom of my heart," he explained, "it was a poor choice of words."

"The man is a war hero and he deserves all the respect in the world, and if any good came of this, maybe it was that for one day the left and the right came together to agree on something: that I'm a dick."

At that point, Dan Crenshaw showed up and asked "You think?"

Pete apologized directly to him, and he accepted it — it was a genuinely nice moment.

But then Crenshaw's phone started ringing with an Ariana Grande song as his ringtone.

And that's when things got beautiful.

The song played for a bit, and then Pete told him that to get him back for what he said during the last episode, he could check out a picture of him and mock his appearance.

When they pulled up a photo of Pete, Crenshaw said that he looked like "if the meth from Breaking Bad was a person."

Next, he said he looked like "a troll doll with a tapeworm," and then "Martin Short from Santa Clause 3."

For that one, he added that "one of those people was good on SNL," meaning Martin Short, obviously.

To wrap things up, Crenshaw gave a serious message about what this whole scandal could teach us all — how important it is to respect veterans.

And at the end of the video, when the audience was applauding, you can hear Pete lean in and tell him "you're a good man."

So everything's been settled, right?

Is Pete likable yet?

Check out the video below to see the whole thing for yourself, and let us know your thoughts:

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Pete Davidson Makes Worst Joke of the Year on SNL

Heading into Saturday Night Live this weekend, a nation waited with anticipation over what Pete Davidson would say about his break-up with Ariana Grande.

The comedian and the singer dated for a whole few weeks earlier this summer prior to getting engaged, public displaying tons of affection — and then splitting about four months later.

Grande was so prepared for some jab at her expense on air that she actually released a track just before SNL aired that beat Davidson to the punch, referencing him and other exes as well.

So… what did Davidson say about the pop singer during his stint on Weekend Update?

"I know some of you are curious about the break-up, but the truth it's nobody's business, and sometimes things just don't work out, and that's OK," he told viewers, concluding of Grande:

"She's a wonderful, strong person, and I genuinely wish her all the happiness in the world. Now please, go vote on Tuesday."

That was it, meaning Davidson avoided controversy and actually came across looking very well, right?

Oh, no. Oh, so VERY wrong.

Earlier in the segment, Davidson sat behind the Weekend Update desk and mocked the appearance of a congressional candidate whose eye was destroyed while he served in Afghanistan.

"This guy is kinda cool, Dan Crenshaw," Davidson said alongside a photo Crenshaw, a Republican.

He continued:

"You may be surprised to hear he's a congressional candidate from Texas, and not a hit man in a porno movie."

"I'm sorry, I know he lost his eye in war, or whatever," he added. "Whatever."

Not exactly whatever, Pete, the entire Internet basically said at once.

You thought it was worth making a pirate joke at a veteran's expense simply because he wears an eye patch?

That's both offensive and just plain lazy.

"Good rule in life: I try hard not to offend; I try harder not to be offended," Crenshaw himself Tweeted in response.

"That being said,  I hope @nbcsnl recognizes that vets don’t deserve to see their wounds used as punchlines for bad jokes."

There was also this response from National Republican Congressional Committee spokesman Jack Pandol:

"Getting dumped by your pop star girlfriend is no excuse for lashing out at a decorated war hero who lost his eye serving our country.

"Pete Davidson and NBC should immediately apologize to Dan, and to the millions of veterans and military families who tune in every weekend — because they're not laughing."

As of this writing, neither Davidson nor NBC has issued said apology.

Watch the wildly inappropriate joke in the video featured here.

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Ariana Grande to Pete Davidson: Wrote You a New Song, Loser!

Why has everything with Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson always happened so fast?!

Their engagement, their breakup, the backlash from the breakup …

It’s like everything has been happening in warp speed.

Do they exist in some slightly different universe in which time moves at a different pace?

Does being young and famous really make you wild and free enough to feel comfortable getting engaged to someone after a few seconds of dating?

It’s hard to say what exactly has been going on, but boy, it sure has been a lot.

As we all remember, Ariana and Pete got engaged in June after a few weeks of dating.

They moved in together, they got tattoos together … like we said, it’s been a lot.

Things seemed to be going great for them for a while, but last month, they suddenly split.

At first, reports claimed that nothing major had happened between them, that they simply realized the timing wasn’t right.

One would also imagine that the death of Mac Miller was so hard on Ariana that it must have been tough on their relationship.

So it was a sort of amicable, “maybe we’ll get back together someday” kind of breakup, right?

Yeah, not so much.

Things took a swift turn a few days ago when Pete made a joke about Ariana in a Saturday Night Live promo.

Well, sort of — in the promo, he proposed to the musical guest of the week, Maggie Rogers, because he moves so fast in relationships, get it?

It didn’t seem like a dig at her at all, but still, she wasn’t too happy to hear about it.

“For somebody who claims to hate relevancy u sure love clinging to it huh,” she tweeted after seeing the clip.

She followed that up with “Thank u, next,” which is already becoming iconic …


Yep, Ariana just released her last album, Sweetener, in August, but she’s already working on her next one, which, as we said, will be titled Thank U, Next.

And last night, just a few minutes before Saturday Night Live began airing, she released the title track.

The shade, right?!

In the very first verse, she name drops four of her exes, including Pete, because the girl is simply not holding back.

Let’s just check it out in all its glory, OK? Here goes:

Thought I’d end up with Sean / But he wasn’t a match

Wrote some songs about Ricky / Now I listen and laugh

Even almost got married / And for Pete, I’m so thankful

Wish I could say “Thank you” to Malcolm / ‘Cause he was an angel

She sang that one of those exes “taught me love,” one “taught me patience,” and another “taught me pain.”

If she’s going in order, she means that Big Sean taught her love, Ricky Alvarez taught her patience, and Pete taught her pain.

She could mean something different, of course, and it’s definitely possible that Mac Miller was the one who taught her pain, considering his heartbreaking addiction and subsequent death.

But what’s neat about this song is that it isn’t a diss track at all.

As she explains it in the lyrics, “I’ve loved and I’ve lost, but that’s not what I see / So look what I got, look what you taught me.”

In the chorus, she sings “I’m so f-cking grateful for my ex,” which is really the whole vibe of this song.

Well, that, and getting into another relationship now — this time, one with herself.

After releasing the song, she hopped back on Twitter to discuss things with her fans, because she’s a doll like that.

According to her, this song contains “no drags…. no shade….. just love, gratitude, acceptance, honesty, forgiveness … and growth.”

We can’t wait to see what’s next from her!