It is possible, but only 2 types, since In response to a significant and regular increase in the concentration of glucose in the blood, the cells of the pancreas begin to secrete more and more insulin accordingly, which over time can lead to insulin resistance. However, type 2 diabetes is a polyetiological disease and therefore, as already mentioned, there really is no direct relationship.
There is no direct relationship between the development of diabetes mellitus and excessive sugar consumption. But obesity, earned also thanks to the love of sweets, may well provoke the development of diabetes. Add more physical inactivity, frequent stress and voila, type 2 diabetes is guaranteed.