He concluded his message with, "I just want you guys to know".
"It's not their fault and it's the wrong way for people to look at things".
"I'm trying to understand how when something happens to a guy the whole entire world just trashes him without any facts or frame of reference", Pete asked his followers in the post.
Davidson is breaking his silence in an Instagram post following his short-lived engagement with Ariana Grande. On Friday, Grande debuted a new tattoo in tribute to her ex-boyfriend, the late Mac Miller, which doubles as a cover for one of the many tattoos she collected while planning on becoming the future Mrs. Davidson.
Scooter urged the fans to "stop the bulls**t" and said: "It is nothing like that and Pete is a good dude".
In her accompanying music video, she apologizes to Pete in a page in a notebook that says 'Sry [sic] I dipped'. And celebrities aren't immune to the kind of online harassment that people face, especially the kind based on gender or race.
She then mused, "True love might exist I was just hungry. but still, f--k that". "I was trying to get my head stuck in the ladder in the deep end, so I would not be able to get up", Davidson told Variety.
It's unclear whether Ariana adopted Myron following Miller's sudden death on September 7, but she did post a video of herself cuddling with the pooch two weeks later. Grande has never encouraged her fans to go after her ex, and her recent words confirm that.
His emotional post comes just one day after it was revealed Grande had covered up her Pete inspired tattoo. But you truly don't know what anybody is experiencing ever. Regardless of what they choose to display on social media or how they may appear in public.