"Heartbroken" Ariana Grande Posts Mac Miller Tribute Following Ex’s Death

Mac Miller

Ariana Grande has shared a touching tribute to her former boyfriend and rapper Mac Miller, one day after his tragic death. Miller was found dead on Friday inside his San Fernando Valley home, ET confirmed.

The No Tears Left To Cry, 25, posted a caption less black and white photo of Miller looking up at the camera on her Instagram account. Following the initial report of Miller's passing, people started flooding the "No Tears Left To Cry" singer's Instagram posts with comments like, "THIS IS YOUR FAULT", "You lowkey evil", and "It's insane because you really did kill him", according to screenshots shared by Pop Crave.

She made the wordless post right after her manager Scooter Braun wrote of Miller on Instagram, "Always a kind heart".

I would like to dedicate this song to Mac Miller, who unbelievably, at 26 years of age, passed away yesterday.

'He was a bright light in this world for his family, friends and fans. 'There are no further details as to the cause of his death at this time'.

Two weeks before her Twitter rant, Ariana had posted a supportive message for Mac in the wake of their split.

Grande and Miller dated for two years. They previously featured on each other's songs like Grande's "The Way" and Miller's "My Favorite Part", and Miller stood by Grande's side onstage during her "One Love Manchester" benefit concert a year ago. About a week after the pair broke up, Miller crashed his vehicle into a pole and got a DUI. Substance abuse is something the USA musician had openly struggled with in the past, and his recent album, Swimming, features poignant lyrics about finding himself.

"I'm a very sensitive person... but this Mac Miller shit got me fucked up", Gambino said, according to Rolling Stone.

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

"We love making music together - we do that always".

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

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