A Fan Criticised Pete Davidson For Giving Ariana Grande His Father's Pendant And His Response Was PERFECT

16 July 2018, 18:16

Pete Davidson Ariana Grande Necklace
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Nicky Idika

By Nicky Idika

Pete responded after a fan reportedly said "no girl should ever wear your dad's chain. So disrespectful."

Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson have dealt with their fair share of fan commentary on their relationship ever since going public earlier this spring.

Their whirlwind romance and engagement surprised fans but, considering how close the two appear to be, it should come as no surprise that Pete would share what he calls "the most precious thing I own" with his future wife.


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Pete shared a photo of Ariana Grande wearing his late father's FDNY badge around her neck and, like everything else, fans had something to say about it .

One fan in particular wrote "no girl should ever wear your dad's chain. So disrespectful."

Pete's father, Scott Davidson, was a New York firefighter who died in the September 11 terrorist attacks. Pete was 7 years old when his father passed away.

In June, Ariana Grande reportedly paid tribute to Pete's late father with an '8418' tribute tattoo (Scott Davidson's FDNY badge number).

In response to the comment about it being "disrespectful" for Ariana to wear the chain, Pete let the fan know that Ariana wasn't just "some girl", but rather his fiancé.

"I gave it to her because she has my heart and that is the most precious thing I own," wrote the 24-year-old SNL star.

Ariana Grande necklace
Picture: Pete Davidson/Instagram

Pete and Ariana clearly have a close bond and how they choose to honour his late father's memory is up to them.

Pete's response was SO spot on. Pete plans on making Ariana an official part of his family and sharing precious memories and keepsakes with your significant other is pretty common.

Meanwhile, Ariana also commented on the photo, writing, "I love u more than anything."