Ariana Grande Shares Touching Tribute To Mac Miller

Sep 10, 2018, 03:15
Ariana Grande Shares Touching Tribute To Mac Miller

Ariana Grande has paid tribute to Mac Miller after his tragic death, after going into hiding in her NY apartment. Miller was found dead on Friday inside his San Fernando Valley home, ET confirmed.

Following the news of Mac's death, Ariana received a torrent of hate on her Instagram from people who thought she was to blame-so much so that the comments on her Instagram account were ultimately disabled.

Taking to Instagram, the Dangerous Woman singer shared a simple black and white photo of the late star with her 127million followers.

In a statement about her breakup with Miller, Grande said there were times when the "toxic relationship" took its toll.

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The American rapper and singer, who forged a successful career as a performer and record producer, dated fellow singer Ariana Grande for two years, however back in May this year, the duo announced they had split.

'He was a bright light in this world for his family, friends and fans.

He also contributed to an official remix of her song "Into You", while the two had also worked together on the song "My Way" years before getting together, which they performed at the One Love Manchester benefit concert last year. 'There are no further details as to the cause of his death at this time'.

Miller has been open in the past about his battles with substance addiction.

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The steamy music video ended with them kissing, but at the time both she and Mac denied any claims of romance blossoming. Khalifa tweeted, "Praying for Mac's family and that he rest easy". Her new, high profile relationship has been one of the biggest celebrity stories of the summer - she and Pete Davidson were engaged just months after she and Mac went their separate ways.

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

From the outpouring of support and messages of love, it seems Miller's music will live on in locker rooms across the National Basketball Association for years to come.

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