Pete Davidson, 24, isn't letting heartbreak hold him back from joking about his failed relationship with Ariana Grande, 25.
'Pete has always talked about his life on the show, and Ariana knows that. That's where she met him in the first place,' an source close to the comic told People.
This comes after the No Tears Left to Cry songstress was reportedly angered after having seen Pete make light of their split in Thursday's promotional advert for an upcoming episode of Saturday Night Live.
But despite reports that Pete asked SNL to pull an Ariana-adjacent sketch from this weekend's, the jokes will continue.
'It's completely untrue that Pete got a skit about Ariana pulled from this weekend's show,' an insider told PEOPLE.
'Anyone who knows SNL knows it's still in the writing process even today, and no one knows what's going on until dress rehearsal.
'Pete has always talked about his life on the show, and Ariana knows that. That's where she met him in the first place.'
A skit about their love life didn't sit too well with Ariana, who went on to make her opinion heard when she took to her Twitter account to vent about the SNL promo.
Pete introduces himself to Maggie Rogers in the 45-second clip while being joined by fellow actor Jonah Hill.
'Hey Maggie, I'm Pete. You wanna get married?' asks the American musician.
After declining his offer, Jonah awkwardly appears to cringe as Pete mocks himself yet again, saying: '0-3,' in reference to the number of relationships that haven't worked out for him.
It appears that Ariana was very much under the impression that her ex-fiancé would make light of their time as an engaged couple, but according to sources, that couldn't have been further from the truth.
As news publication mentions, Pete doesn't want any ill feelings from Ariana's side.
If the Trainwreck star does end up bringing up Ariana during Saturday's episode, it wouldn't be anything different to the previous times he's mentioned the Focus hitmaker on the show.
Of course, the only difference now is that the twosome is no longer together.
'for somebody wo claims to hate relevancy u sure love clinging to it huh,' Ariana tweeted on Thursday, after the release of the SNL promo.
'thank u, next,' she concluded.
But it seemed as if Ariana wasn't quite done then and there as she took it upon herself to keep the conversation going with a number of tweets that were subliminally aimed at her ex.
'cause look what i found.... ain't no need for searching and for that i say.... thank u, next,' she tweeted to her 58.6 million followers.
'got so much love..... got so much patience..... i've learnt from the pain .... and turnt out amazin.... say i've loved and i've lost,' she continued.
'but that's not what i see cause look what i got.... look what u taught me.'
Pete has yet to publicly address matters regarding Ariana's concerns.
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