Pete Davidson Covers Up Tattoo Of Ex-Girlfriend Cazzie David's Face After Ariana Grande Engagement!

Pete Davidson is covering up his past!

Just days after the news broke that the Saturday Night Live star is engaged to singer Ariana Grande, it has been reported that he covered up the tattoo of his ex-girlfriend, Cazzie David. Us Weekly was the first to report the new ink on the 24-year-old after he shared a video of himself shirtless on his Instagram account.

Shortly after the 24-year-old started dating Ariana, he then went and got two tattoos for her, a black bunny ears mask and her initials on his thumb.

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On Monday June 10th, the news broke that Pete and Ariana were engaged after just weeks of dating. “They are a perfect fit. They are not rushing to get married,” an insider told Us Weekly. “Their friends are really excited and supportive.” He proposed with a ring reportedly worth $100,000!

Another source told the site that the couple was "telling people that they’re engaged” at Robert Pattinson’s birthday party on June 9th.

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“They are both constantly making each other laugh,” the first insider gushed about the couple. “Their moms have met. They’ve been very public with their relationship on social media, and they are very in love.”

Ariana dated rapper Mac Miller for two years before splitting in early May. In mid May, it was reported that Pete and Cazzie broke up after two years of dating. Then in late May, Ariana and Pete confirmed their relationship via Instagram.

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