Ariana confirmed her split from her long-term boyfriend Mac Miller earlier this year.
While she wrote that the pair would remain friends, she later confirmed on Twitter that the relationship was toxic.
Shortly after their split, Ariana confirmed her relationship with Pete Davidson, and the pair were engaged within weeks.
Fans have questioned why the engagement came around so quickly, with many users making cruel remarks about Pete.
After months of abuse, Ari hit back at users that were slating her or Pete on both Instagram and Twitter.
Speculation around the breakdown of her relationship with Mac Miller has been circulating since the split, and one fan took to Instagram to sensationally allege: “Ari cheated on Mac.”
The pop sensation slammed the outrageous accusations with a defiant response, writing: “I didn’t but go off. Can you like… go stan someone else? Ur boring.”
The babe released her setlist last week and revealed that one of her tracks is named after her fiancé – which left some fans annoyed.
“Awww boo f*****g hoo, Alexa play Pete Davidson”
One user wrote: “Pete Davidson will be the song I will skip all the time.”
Clearly irritated by the comment, the 25-year-old wrote back: “Awwww boo f*****g hoo, Alexa play Pete Davidson.”
Her relationship with Pete wasn’t the only thing that she was bothered by, as fans also accused her of not caring about international audiences.
After responding to the fan by urging everyone to be able to be happy for one another, she added: “If I could be in 100 places at once I would and if you don’t know that by now, yikes!”
Since displaying her huge rock on her ring finger, A-listers Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin followed in her footsteps and got engaged weeks after getting back together.
Ari has been teasing her upcoming album, Sweetener, which features a track named Pete Davidson.
The album is set to be released next week, the same time as Nicki Minaj’s new album.
Fans have aimed to pit the pop babes against each other, but the iconic duo have teamed up to share their love for one another and their music.