Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson are going their separate ways.
After calling off their engagement over the weekend, Grande has returned the nearly $100,000 engagement ring Davidson gave her back in June. The “SNL” star had the 3.03-carat diamond custom made for Grande by New York jeweler Mr. Flawless. Following their breakup, there were no issues over who would keep the ring, according to TMZ.
While Davidson got back his ring, Grande is keeping Piggy Smallz, the teacup pig they adopted last month. Davidson even got a tattoo of Smallz on his torso after they adopted her. But Ariana was the one who bought the pig, so there was no custody dispute.
The singer, 25, and comedian, 24, were engaged just weeks after they started dating in May. The split was reportedly mutual and sources close to the couple say it was too much too soon. Grande has been dealing with the loss of former boyfriend Mac Miller, who died from an apparent drug overdose on Sept. 7.
But a source close to Davidson tells PEOPLE that this was not the first time the pair had broken up.
“They’ve gotten into arguments and broken up before and got back together,” says the source. “They’re dealing with things that people wouldn’t have to deal with in a lifetime—an ex-boyfriend reportedly overdosing and having all of this fame and attention. These followers and living their lives on social media…it’s a different world.”