Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson’s breakup appears to be growing more disharmonious.
Davidson, 24, made clear reference to his recently broken engagement to the pop star, 25, during a promotional video for this week’s episode of “Saturday Night Live,” in which he jokingly proposes to musical guest Maggie Rogers.
“Hey, Maggie, I’m Pete,” he tells her in the clip released Thursday. “You wanna get married?”
Shortly after the video was posted online, Grande — whom Davidson split from last month to end a whirlwind relationship — shared a not-so-subtle post to Twitter.
“For somebody who claims to hate relevancy, u sure love clinging to it huh,” the singer tweeted.
The cryptic post by the “God is a Woman” singer has since been deleted.
Grande and Davidson got engaged in June after several weeks of dating, with the “SNL” comic giving Grande a $93,000 diamond ring.
The breakup seemed to be going smoothly early on, as TMZ reported they’d agreed to let Grande keep the pet pig they adopted together while Davidson got back the pricey ring he proposed with.
Grande later addressed the split for the first time on Twitter, writing that she was taking a break from the internet.
Relationship expert Susan Winter — who was impressed by the way Grande and Davidson initially handled their breakup — believes the split has been complicated by their celebrity lifestyles.
“Nobody would want their breakup publicized, because the pressure is that it’s out in the public, and something has been revealed,” she told the Daily News. “A statement has been revealed, perhaps that is a little disparaging. Now, the pressure for the other person to respond, to recover their identity and set the record straight is even more so.”