Ariana Grande is allegedly not messing around since her split with Saturday Night Live cast member -- and ex-fiance -- Pete Davidson.
Radar Online reports that the pop star -- who rented a luxurious Manhattan apartment for the couple to share upon their engagement -- has reportedly changed the locks on the doors so that Davidson cannot return to the home that they once shared.
The singer allegedly went to extreme lengths to ensure that she'd have no contact with her ex-fiance after their whirlwind engagement abruptly ended.
"Ariana has no plans to continue being friends with Pete," a source close to the Sweetener singer said to Radar Online.
The source also added that the couple's split was "amicable," but it was Grande who put the brakes on the relationship.
"If he had his way, he would still be with her," said the source of Davidson's love for Grande.
Radar Online claims that Grande kicked the SNL star out of their apartment, and that she does not want any further contact for the time being with Davidson. This would explain the alleged changing of the locks on the swanky $16 million apartment that the two had shared."Ariana is going through a very rough time right now and she has the absolute support of her family and friends," a friend to the singer revealed to Radar Online.
"She has a lot of work to do on herself and she is in the process of healing and recovering from the breakup," the insider said.
Grande purchased the 4,000 square foot love nest for the couple in June, shortly after their whirlwind courtship and engagement.Davidson joked about the couple's financial inequality during an appearance on Saturday Night Live segment Weekend Update in September.
"She pays 60 grand for rent and all I have to do is stock the fridge!" he quipped to Weekend Update hosts Colin Jost and Michael Che.
The couple's breakup comes on the heels of Grande dealing with the death of ex-lover Mac Miller, who passed away as a result of an overdose on September 7.Grande most recently announced that she was taking a break from social media.
In an Instagram caption, she wrote, "Today was very special. Time to say bye bye again to the internet for just a lil' bit. It's hard not to bump into news n stuff that I'm not trying to see right now."
Grande will appear on the NBC special A Very Wicked Halloween which will air Monday, October 29. A Very Wicked Halloween will star original cast members of the Broadway show, Idina Menzel and Kristin Chenoweth.