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Ariana Grande is continuing to remember her ex Mac Miller.
On Saturday, one day after the 25-year-old singer
Ariana Grande is opening up about Mac Miller.Exactly one week after his death, the 25-year-old singer shared a heartbreaking tribute to the later rapper, whom she dated for about 18 months."I adored you from the day I met you when I was nineteen and I always will," she captioned a video of Miller.
After remaining silent about ex-boyfriend Mac Miller’s death a week ago from a suspected drug overdose, Ariana Grande wrote a wrenching tribute to her “dearest friend” on Instagram. “I adored you from the day I met you when I was nineteen, and I always will,” Grande wrote. “I can’t
Ariana Grande has broken her silence on Mac Miller.The 25-year-old singer spoke out on Miller's death on Friday, a week after he was found dead on Friday inside his San Fernando Valley home, ET confirmed. According to TMZ, he died of an apparent overdose. Grande, who disabled comments on her Instagram last Friday -- after fans
Ariana Grande is “distraught” following the shocking death of her ex-boyfriend Mac Miller, a source tells PEOPLE.
One of Mac Miller‘s closest friends is speaking out about the late rapper’s battle with addiction, and how his ex-girlfriend Ariana Grande was “unbelievably involved and helpful” in getting him sober and healthy.
Mac Miller's ex-girlfriend Ariana Grande has taken to Instagram to pay a tribute to him following his sudden death.Credit: InstagramPosting on her page, the singer shared a simple black and white photo of Miller, with no caption. She has disabled comments on her posts following his death.More to
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Ariana Grande is mourning the sudden death of Mac Miller.The "No Tears Left to Cry" singer took to Instagram on Saturday to share a new picture of her late ex-boyfriend. The black-and-white shot showed the rapper staring up at the camera as
Ariana Grande may have given a soulful performance at Aretha Franklin‘s funeral, but it was more than her vocals that earned attention.