Ariana Grande says ''life's too short to be cryptic'' about her romance with new fiancé Pete Davidson, as she vows to keep posting about their love life.
Ariana Grande says ''life's too short to be cryptic'' about her romance with new fiancé Pete Davidson.
The 24-year-old singer recently became engaged to the 'Saturday Night Live' star after just a few weeks of dating, and whilst some of her fans may be concerned that she's taking things too quickly, she believes there's nothing wrong in sharing her ''beautiful'' relationship with the world.
Ariana made her comments after some fans seemed concerned over her plans to include an interlude on her new album 'Sweetner' which would be dedicated to her future husband.
One follower wrote: ''Girl we know you love him but are you dumb,'' to which the 'No Tears Left To Cry' hitmaker simply replied ''nah''.
And then when another follower replied to her saying: ''u really don't give a f**k do u sksksks (sic)''
Ariana then responded: ''forreal. the truth is i been the fuck thru it and life's too short to be cryptic n shit about something as beautiful as this love I'm in. so [pete] it is. (sic)''
Her comments come after she seemingly revealed that she and Pete, also 24, had taken the next step in their whirlwind romance and moved in together.
The 'Dangerous Woman' singer posted a picture from 'Spongebob Square Pants' on Instagram on Saturday (16.06.18) of the titular yellow sponge cartoon sat in the middle of a room on the floor with no furniture, and wrote alongside it: ''Us in our new apartment with no furniture 1 speaker and red vines [sic]''
Meanwhile Pete hasn't been shy about sharing his love for Ariana with the world either, as he recently said that getting engaged to his new beau is ''better'' than he dreamed it would be.
Posting a picture of their hands - including Ariana's engagement ring - on Instagram, he wrote: ''u know what you'd dream it be like ? it's better than that (sic)''
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