Ariana Grande roasted Kanye West on her Instagram story by quoting one of the most popular lines of the famous rapper.
Grande has been very vocal about her love and support for Pete Davidson since they announced their engagement this year. The multi-awarded singer even named a track in her new album after the comedian. Before Davidson, Grande dated the late rapper Mac Miller.
"I love you like Kanye loves Kanye," the singer wrote, taking inspiration from the rapper's song "I Love Kanye," which is part of his acclaimed Life of Pablo album. Davidson, the singer's fiancé, made an announcement to the rapper during the "Weekend Update" of Saturday Night Live.
Kanye's Pro-Trump Rant
"What Kanye said after he went off the air last week was one of the worst, like, most awkward things I've ever seen here — and I've seen Chevy Chase speak to an intern," he said to fellow cast members Michael Che and Colin Jost.
Davidson, sporting a "Make Kanye Great Again" hat, similar to West's "Make America Great Again," also added that a person has to say such wrong things about politics before he takes notice.
Davidson, who has battled with his borderline personality disorder, said that Kanye's impromptu pro-Trump rant on the show was the most awkward thing he has ever seen. He also stated that having a mental disorder is not an excuse to act rude.
Notably, the 24-year-old comedian and Grande were present during West's listening party for his new collaborative album with Kid Cudi this summer.
West On A Break From Social Media
The 41-year-old rapper took another break from social media and deactivated his accounts on Oct. 6. West just activated his Twitter on April after abandoning it for nearly a year.
Recently, he has been under fire for his comments about President Donald Trump. Well-known celebrities such as Chris Evans and Lana del Rey even spoke up against West.
West has three children with reality star Kim Kardashian West, five-year-old North, two-year-old Saint, and nine-month-old Chicago. Furthermore, the woman behind KKW Beauty witnessed West's musical performance during the premiere of SNL season 44, where he solidified his political stand.