Don’t come for  fiancé, because she will come for you.  

The 25-year-old “God Is a Woman” singer responded to Barstool Sports on Twitter after the site published an article called “Does Pete Davidson Have Butthole Eyes?” on Thursday.  

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The post started off by saying, “First of all, I don’t mean that to offend. It’s an honest question. Let me clarify for a second,” but Grande wasn’t having it. 

“Y’all do kno this man has an auto immune disease …… right ? ….. like you do understand what you’re doing when u do this right ? jus wanna make sure,” the singer tweeted. 

Davidson has spoken before about being diagnosed with Crohn’s disease as a teenager and to keep it under control.

The autoimmune disorder affects the gastrointestinal tract and has symptoms like , according to the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation. 

Grande added that Barstool had been “begging” Davidson to do their “stupid podcast” forever. 

“P.s. ‘butthole eyes’ says he’s still not doing ur stupid podcast you’ve been begging him to do for three years,” she wrote in a since-deleted tweet captured by 

The writer of the Barstool article was clearly unbothered by the attention. He responded to Grande and her fans by tweeting out “pageviews.” 

Davidson has yet to respond to the article directly, as he was busy during an appearance at Auburn University in Alabama on Thursday. 

The “Saturday Night Live” star has responded to comments in the past about why he shouldn’t be with Grande, simply because he has . 

According to the Mayo Clinic, people with BPD can have “a , distorted self-image, extreme emotions and impulsiveness.” 

“Normally I wouldn’t comment on something like this cause like fuck you,” Davidson wrote on  in May. “

But [I’ve] been hearing a lot of ‘people with BPD can’t be in relationships’ talk. I just wanna let you know that’s not true. Just because someone has a mental illness does not mean they can’t be happy and in a relationship. It also doesn’t mean that person makes a relationship toxic.”