It's pretty clear why people were upset at a 'joke' made by Ariana Grande's fiancé, Pete Davidson.


During a stand-up gig, before the comedian met the Dangerous Woman singer, he included the Manchester Bombings in his set.


Fans were quick to call for Ariana to break-up with Davidson, in light of the joke.



In the midst of the controversy, the singer remained silent - until now.


Taking to Twitter, Ariana said that it had been 'very tough and conflicting' for her heart.


Defending her husband-to-be the 25-year-old said he uses his humour to help people to feel better, but she didn't find the joke funny.


She concluded by reassuring fans that his intentions weren't malicious, but - "it was unfortunate."



The Manchester Bombings claimed the lives of 22 people.


The devastating incident occurred in May 2017 at Grande's concert. 


Those closest to Pete told Peoplethat his comments had been "taken out of context."


Whether or not that is true, it seems like Ariana won't be breaking it off with the comedian any time soon.



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