As it turns out, Pete Davidson’s ex girlfriend, Cazzie David, was really affected by the news of his very public romance with Ariana Grande. The creator of the Eighty-Sixed web series admitted that when she learned about him moving on with the singer, she started ‘screaming in agony’ and shaking ‘uncontrollably.’
After all, she says that the two were linked together romantically right after the Saturday Night Live star ended things with her over text!
Cazzie David, who is also known for being the daughter of Seinfeld creator Larry David, decided to put her feelings on the paper and write an essay she titled No One Asked For, which will be part of her upcoming collection of essays.
In addition to that, Cazzie also discussed the end of her relationship with Pete during an interview with The Los Angeles Times.
‘It was a pivotal moment in my life. And writing about it has caused me a lot of anxiety, especially because I talk so much about hating the attention that it brought me. Why would I bring more attention to myself by writing about it? But there is nothing that’s gonna be worse than what I already experienced with that,’ the 26 year old told the news outlet.
She went on to explain that she and Pete were ‘infatuated’ with one another for the two and a half years they dated.
However, Cazzie says she ‘struggled to convince him that she really loved him.’
As a result of their dating problems, Cazzie broke up with him but soon regretted it.
A few days after, she reached out but he ignored her for a few days more.
When he finally responded, Pete told her that he was ‘happier than he’d ever been’ and ended things with her for good over text.
Then, a couple of days after, Cazzie learned that Pete had moved on with Ariana Grade and also already covered up the tattoos he’d gotten for her!
At the time, she was on a flight to her sister’s college graduation and upon finding out about her ex’s new romance, she shook uncontrollably in her dad’s arms.
Furthermore, the following night, while staying at a hotel, she woke up ‘screaming in agony.’