Ariana Grande Reacts to Mac Miller's Sudden Death

Ariana Grande Reacts to Mac Miller's Sudden Death

Ariana Grande Reacts to Mac Miller's Sudden Death

Ariana Grande has posted a black-and-white image of ex-boyfriend Mac Miller after his tragic death at the age of 26.

Grande has also disabled comments on his Instagram posts, after receiving abuse and blame from some Mac Miller fans following the rapper's death.

Posting on her page, the singer shared a simple black and white photo of Miller, with no caption.

She made the wordless post right after her manager Scooter Braun wrote of Miller on Instagram, "Always a kind heart". News. They said, "Malcolm McCormick, known and adored by fans as Mac Miller, has tragically passed away at the age of 26". According to Variety, the cause of death was a drugs overdose.

Grande and Miller dated for two years and split up in May this year.

"This is one of my best friends in the whole world and favorite people on the planet", Grande wrote on an Instagram Story in May, shortly after their breakup. They performed together at Grande's One Love Manchester concert in May of a year ago - a benefit for people injured during the terrorist attack on her concert in the city - and were seen together in March at Madonna's Oscar afterparty. About a week after the pair broke up, Miller crashed his auto into a pole and got a DUI.

Miller has been open in the past about his battles with substance addiction. On his debut album "Blue Slide Park", which went to number one on the U.S. sales chart, he introduced himself: "I ain't no hipster / But girl I can make your hips stir".

Her message was simple: "Rest easy, insane kid".

Grande moved on romantically with "Saturday Night Live" star and now fiance, Pete Davidson. "I want to be able to have good days and bad days", he said.

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.

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

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