Pete Davidson penned a letter on Instagram in response to the constant cyberbullying he has received, largely from Ariana Grande fans. Davidson, who has borderline personality disorder, has been open about past suicide attempts and suicidal ideation.
Naturally, cyber trolls telling him to kill himself are tapping into a sensitive and dangerous part of him, hoping to get a response. It's all very disturbing, and while I don't love everything Davidson does, it's not OK to tell someone they should kill themselves just because you feel like it.
Scooter Braun, Grande's manager, even intervened to defend Davison. It's one thing to call someone out for doing something offensive or problematic. It's another to take your time to bully someone because you decided you don't like them. There's no justice or righteousness in that.
Just let Davidson make fun of himself.