Ariana Grande Wants the Haters to End Social Media 'War' After Engagement to Pete Davidson

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Ariana Grande performs "No Tears Left To Cry" at the Billboard Music Awards at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on May 20, 2018 in Las Vegas. 

Ariana Grande will live her life without unsolicited negative opinions from others.

In the wake of her engagement to Pete Davidson after a couple weeks of dating, the songstress is shutting down anyone who thinks she is making a poor decision. In a few screenshots captured by observant Arianators, Grande replied to a comment implying that the SNL star's middle finger in paparazzi photos were aimed at fans. 

“R u nuTS??????” she wrote. “The PAPS..not YOU……???? ever…??? stop w this sh—. please. forreal. i love y’all too much for this. enough w the ig / twitter war thing. it ends now.”

 

ariana and pete in nyc today ------ the cutest :')

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Another fan asked about a lyrics in her recent single "The Light is Coming." The line--“You wouldn’t let anybody speak and instead”--comes from a 2009 town hall meeting in which Pennsylvania Senator Arlen Specter argued with a constituent over privitized health insurance.

“It’s about people & their loud ass opinions making them deaf to others & the light," she replied.