Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson have decided to split up according to fresh reports. One of the triggers could have been the recent death of Grande's ex-partner, Mac Miller. He died on September 7 due to an apparent overdose, although the official cause of his death has not yet been made public. "He and Grande dated for about two years until their breakup in May. That's the same month Grande confirmed she began her whirlwind relationship with Davidson," reports DailyMail.

Sources close to the couple also revealed to TMZ, that the decision to separate was taken mutually, as things "were not working" between them.

Meanwhile, According to People, "Grande and Davidson kept their relationship under wraps in the beginning. On May 20, the "Saturday Night Live" star supported the “No Tears Left to Cry” singer behind-the-scenes at the Billboard Music Awards."

Pete Davidson removes his Instagram account after the break

One of Davidson's reactions after the sudden break was the elimination of his account on the Instagram social network. It is not the first time that the comedian's taken a break from the social network. At the beginning of the year, Davidson deactivated his profile, arguing that the Internet "is an evil place." Sources close to the couple claimed via The Blast, a celebrity specialist, that Ariana would need time to dedicate to herself.

Another source has assured that the couple has decided that simply "it was not the right time for them." The now ex-partners still love each other, but not romantically. In June, Davidson and Grande confirmed that they had committed to each other, showing a huge engagement ring valued at around $100,000.

The couple had just moved into a luxurious New York apartment

Speaking about his relationship with the singer, Pete commented on "Saturday Night Live," that he felt he was a lucky boy. "We are made to be together," the comedian said. Ariana and Pete, who recently made the important decision to move in together in a luxury apartment in Manhattan, valued at $16 million, were last seen on October 10 in New York.

This appearance caused a stir on the networks, because the "SNL" comedian's rabbit ears tattoo, which had been made to pay tribute to Grande, had been replaced and transformed into a heart. The same sources that revealed the rupture, do not rule out a possible reconciliation in the future.

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