The comedian said he is trying to understand why people are trashing him without "any facts."
With the release of ex Ariana Grande’s new music video, Pete Davidson is speaking out about the bullying he says he's faced since their split.
The "Thank U, Next" video, which was heavily teased ahead of its release, chronicles Grande's relationships, including that with Davidson. It became a sensation over the weekend, with nearly 829,000 people watching at once at one point. The video also smashed YouTube's record for views in the first 24 hours of release.
In the video, Grande closes the book on their relationship. “Even almost got married / And for Pete, I'm so thankful," she sings.
The “Saturday Night Live” star took to Instagram Monday to reveal his emotional struggle in the wake the breakup.
"No matter how hard the internet or anyone tries to make me kill myself. I won't." he posted. “I've spoken about BPD [Borderline Personality Disorder] and being suicidal publicly.
"I'm trying to understand how when something happens to a guy the whole entire world just trashes him without any facts.”
He went on to thank those supporting him. "To all those holding me down and seeing this for what it is – I see you and I love you," he added.