Ariana Grande Breaks Her Silence About Mac Miller’s Death

Ariana Grande Breaks Her Silence About Mac Miller’s Death

Ariana Grande Breaks Her Silence About Mac Miller’s Death

Now that Grande has had more time to process the situation, she has posted another tribute, which is more substantial than her first.

Mac passed away last week at the young age of 26 from an apparent drug overdose.

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Back in May, Miller and Grande's romantic relationship dissolved after two years. He is all smiles.

Sharing support for those suffering with addiction, he wrote: "I am here... and I will continue to be here, for you". We talked about this. Today, the pop star finally broke her silence and posted a touching statement about her "dearest friend" along with a short video of him on Instagram. I'm so sorry I couldn't fix or take your pain away.

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Grande took to her Instagram on Friday to express her sorrow over the loss of Miller, who died at his home in California's San Fernando Valley on September 7. The kindest, sweetest soul with demons he never deserved.

On Friday, the 25-year-old shared a video on Instagram featuring the late rapper. While conflicting schedules were blamed, reports emerged that Grande was concerned over Miller's substance abuse; he was arrested for DUI the following month. I saw that, I was around it, I took phone calls from her - 'How do I help?' 'What do I do?'

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He continued: "I gotta tell you, man, there was no one in his life more ready to go to the wall for him when it came to him being sober and she was an unbelievably stabilising force in his life".

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