DAVID­SON SPEAKS ON 'BUL­LY­ING' AFTER SPLIT WITH ARI­ANA

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US co­me­dian Pete David­son has re­vealed how his break-up with singer Ari­ana Grande has con­trib­uted to him be­ing bul­lied and feel­ing sui­ci­dal. “No mat­ter how hard the in­ter­net... tries to make me kill my­self, I won’t,” he wrote in an In­sta­gram post. The cou­ple’s well-pub­li­cised split is ref­er­enced in Ari­ana Grande’s lat­est hit sin­gle, Thank U, Next. The pair, who got to­gether in May and be­came en­gaged shortly after, ended their re­la­tion­ship in Oc­to­ber. On Mon­day, David­son took to so­cial me­dia to de­scribe how he was “try­ing to un­der­stand” how a per­son can re­ceive abuse “with­out any facts or ref­er­ence”.

Bol­ly­wood ac­tress Sonali Bendre (left) has re­turned to In­dia after un­der­go­ing treat­ment for an ag­gres­sive form of can­cer in New York.So­cial me­dia users are full of praise for the 43-year-old ac­tress, who has been can­didly doc­u­ment­ing her can­cer jour­ney for months. The star’s hus­band Goldie Behl told lo­cal me­dia that she was “re­cov­er­ing” but would need reg­u­lar check-ups. Some can­cer pa­tients have said the star’s open­ness has been “en­cour­ag­ing”.BBC

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