Ariana Grande said she’s taking a break from the online world following her split from Pete Davidson.
Following the revelation earlier this week that Grande, 25, and Davidson, 24, had called off their engagement, the “God is a Woman” hitmaker shared a pic on Instagram Tuesday confirming it was “time to say bye bye to the internet for a bit.”
She’s since deleted the snap, but People re-posted it.
The musician was referencing the taping of NBC’s “A Very Wicked Halloween” in the first part of the post. She then bid farewell to the online world.
Hours earlier, she shared a message that said she’d been struggling with anxiety.
She insisted: “Can’t believe I almost let my anxiety ruin this for me today!!! Not today satan!” before she added: “Not tomorrow or the next day either, not no more you can suck my big green d**k.”
The last two years have been emotionally draining for the songstress. Just last month, Grande’s ex-fiance Mac Miller died of a drug overdose. In May 2017, a bombing at her concert in Manchester Arena resulted in the deaths of 22 concertgoers.
Sources told The Blast that Grande and Davidson had ended their relationship so she could have time to “work on herself.”
Additional sources told TMZ, “It simply was not the right time for their relationship to take off… The two still have love for each other but things are over romantically.”
The showbiz duo confirmed they were dating in May and announced their engagement shortly after.