Ariana Grande Posts Tribute for Mac Miller After His Death

Ariana Grande Posts Tribute for Mac Miller After His Death

Ariana Grande Posts Tribute for Mac Miller After His Death

Shortly after their split, Grande replied to a commenter on Twitter who blasted her for dumping the rapper, calling their relationship "toxic".

But she lashed out at the claim, saying it had been "hard and scary" looking after someone with a history of depression and addiction issues. "It's a awful situation, it's bad enough that Ariana is suffering the trauma of losing somebody she cared deeply about, but then to be blamed for his death is just despicable, it's such a low blow and totally unwarranted", the source continued.

"I will continue to pray from the bottom of my heart that he figures it all out and that any other woman in this position does as well".

Several negative comments remain in the comment section of her recent photos on Instagram, but at this time, users are unable to post new comments. "This is one of my best friends in the whole world and favorite people on the planet Malcolm McCormick", Ariana wrote.

Poignantly, she added: "Unconditional love is not selfish. I'll never forget you an your impact.ever". The couple ended their relationship in May.

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They were seen giggling and cuddling up together a day before the 2016 MTV VMAs and Ariana was coy when asked what their deal was. "Way too soon. Rest In Peace Mac".


He told Rolling Stone when the album came out: "Have I done drugs?"

In 2011, Miller wrote a song about becoming fabulously wealthy and, seeking a metaphor, entitled the song "Donald Trump".

Miller famously helped Ariana overcome her grief after a terrorist attack at her Manchester concert in May a year ago. "Mac's death is a devastating loss and cuts short a life and a talent of huge potential, where the possibilities felt limitless". That June he went back to England with her to put on a defiant performance at a tribute concert she arranged.

Taking to the photo-sharing site, she simply posted a candid picture of Mac.

"Very proud of this girl right here".

Within weeks, Grande had begun dating Pete Davidson, and the pair confirmed their engagement in June.

Yesterday, Miller's family released a statement to E!

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