Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson
Singer Ariana Grande and her fiancee Pete Davidson attend Aretha Franklin's funeral at Greater Grace Temple on August 31, 2018 in Detroit, Michigan.Photo credit ANGELA WEISS/AFP/Getty Images

Pete Davidson is keeping his distance from Ariana Grande.

HollywoodLife has reported that Pete Davidson just doesn't want a meetup between him and his ex, Ariana Grande to turn his problems into an even 'bigger deal.' The SNL comedian and the "Thank U, next" singer reportedly called their relationship quits earlier this year and ever since then Davidson has posted on social media about his mental health.

After Pete Davidson confessed he doesn't "want to be on this Earth anymore" in a heartbreaking message, he reportedly ordered his security not to let ex-fiancĂ©e Ariana Grande, 25, check in on him while filming Saturday Night Live, per TMZ. "Pete didn't want to see Ariana because he knew it was going to bring back so many emotions that he didn't want to deal with," a source close to Pete exclusively tells HollywoodLife.

After Ariana broke off her engagement with Pete this October, the source said that "he still has lots of feelings for Ariana...he wanted to just be at work and be involved in that and not have anything else disrupt his day."

Pete also allowed his friend Machine Gun Kelly to help him through this difficult time. The rapper has been keeping Pete company as he recovers. Despite having blocked her, Ariana originally tried to reach out to Pete via Twitter after he posted the cryptic message. "I'm downstairs and I'm not going anywhere if you need anyone or anything. I know u have everyone u need and that's not me, but I'm here too," she tweeted outside of NYC's 30 Rock, where SNL was being taped. We hope Pete Davidson feels better.