The clip consisted of Pete alongside actor Jonah Hill, 34, who will be the host, and Maggie Rogers, 24, who will be the musical guest on the program. In a series of now-deleted tweets, Grande seemed to find it amusing that Davidson "hated relevancy" in their relationship but continues to talk about her.
Pete Davidson made a joke about his failed engagement to Ariana Grande and it doesn't appear that she found it amusing.
Afterwards, Ariana sent out a few other tweets including, "thank u, next" and "hell naw tho".
The 25-year-old singer appeared to take aim at her former fiancé after the new trailer for an upcoming episode of SNL was released. In one of the bits, Davidson asks Rogers if she wants to get married, to which she deadpans: "No".
"Hey, Maggie", Pete said, casually introducing himself to the singer-songwriter.
This evening, however, Grande threw some serious shade in Davidson's direction, seemingly in response to a joke Davidson made about their relationship. Grande will embark on her "Sweetener World Tour" early next year. Grande retweeted that tweet with a simple period, heavily suggesting that her previous tweets were about Davidson.