Ariana Grande Uploads Instagram Tribute To Mac Miller

Danny Woods
September 9, 2018

According to Pop Crave, "THIS IS YOUR FAULT", "You lowkey evil", and "It's insane because you really did kill him" are some of the comments fans had been posting on Grande's Instagram profile, following which she was forced to disable the comments feature.

The pop star, who has remained silent since news of Miller's death broke Friday, posted a black-and-white photo of the rapper looking up at the camera Saturday afternoon.

Now, she's broken her silence (kind of).

According to TMZ, law enforcement sources believe Mac did overdose on drugs, but it makes "no sense" the rapper would have emptied the house of illegal substances, pill bottles and other drug paraphernalia beforehand on the off chance he might die.

Mac was found dead in his home on September 7 from an apparent overdose after dealing with drug addiction for years.

Mac was pronounced dead at the scene in a bedroom and a coroner's van arrived a short while later to take his body away. "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.

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Grande and Miller dated for two years.

Ariana ended their two-year relationship in May.

Ariana did not add any words to the post, but the sentiment is obvious.

After the arrest Ariana tweeted: 'Pls take care of yourself'. "Mac had a lot of demons that he was battling and he struggled with addiction issues throughout his whole life pretty much so to try and lay the blame at Ariana's feet is truly appalling-she's just heartbroken".

In a profile article published the day before his death by Vulture, Miller said, "I used to rap super openly about really dark sh- because that's what I was experiencing at the time". Let's rise above the negativity and keep Miller's family, friends, and Ariana in our prayers.

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