AceShowbiz - Pop star and Nickelodeon alum Ariana Grande opened up about the size of Pete Davidson's private part to her fans. The singer had a conversation with a follower on Twitter on Friday, June 22, and the follower asked about how long Pete was. "How long is Pete?" the follower asked, before adding, "oh as is in the interlude not as in......anyway."
The follower referred her question to Ariana's new song entitled "Pete", which will be featured on upcoming album "Sweetener". However, Ariana saw the opportunity to brag and took it right away. The "Dangerous Woman" hitmaker then purposely misunderstood the question by answering in a since-deleted tweet, "Like 10 inches?" The singer then acted like she just realized it. "Oh f**k...i mean…like a lil over a minute," she added.
The couple seems to be on cloud nine since they started dating in May. A day before Ariana revealed her fiance's wiener size, Pete took to Instagram to post a picture of the singer wearing a white lingerie. The photo saw Ariana curving her back as she leaned towards the ground. Pete then captioned it in disbelief. "What the actual f**k," he wrote, before adding a heart-eyed emoji.
His fiancee then appeared on the comment section. "I love you," Ariana wrote the comment which got over 40,098 likes from followers. The romantic back-and-forth didn't stop there as Pete replied, "I love you more tho."
Comedian Seth Rogen joined in the comment section. "Guys, seriously," Seth said. He seemed to be playfully annoyed by their romance. "When ur getting married to the hottest girl in the world you tell me how you'd act," Pete hit back at his fellow comedian.
Pete and Ariana have reportedly been engaged after several weeks of dating. "Saturday Night Live" star revealed on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" that being engaged with the singer was like winning a contest. "I feel like I won a contest, so sick," Davidson said. "It's f***ing lit, Jimmy. It's so lit," he proudly said. The comedian allegedly spent $93,000 to propose the singer with 3-carat ring from Manhattan-based jeweler Greg Yuna.