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Ariana Grande Responds to Mac Miller's Tragic Death

Ariana Grande Responds to Mac Miller's Tragic Death

This is one of my best friends in the whole world and favorite people on the planet, Malcolm McCormick.

Toxicology tests have been requested, but Mac's official cause of death can not be confirmed until they come back. We were together for two years.

Earlier in the year when Miller was charged with a DUI after driving his auto into a pole, Grande was also the target of blame for his recent actions.

In a statement about her breakup with Miller, Grande said there were times when the "toxic relationship" took its toll.

No caption accompanies the intimate photo, and Grande disabled comments on the Instagram post. There was no evidence of drug use.

"A lot of times in my life I've put this pressure to hold myself to the standard of whatever I thought I was supposed to be, or how I was supposed to be perceived", he told the NY magazine's Vulture website. "Yeah. But am I a drug addict? No".

Ariana hasn't yet spoken out about the rapper's sudden death, but insiders told ET that the singer is "heartbroken" and "devastated".

"I don't want to be depressed".

However, after Ariana split from Mac and started dating Saturday Night Live star Pete Davidson, she said this about her former boo: "Hi!"

His delivery was uber-masculine, with hard-spit lyrics that often graphically described sexual encounters. "We about to go in for Mac tonight". His later work incorporated jazz elements and he was set to tour later this year with Thundercat, the wide-ranging bassist whose music has gone from experimental hip-hop to thrash metal. Immediately following the news there was an outpouring of emotion around the rapper's passing.

After Trump's surprise political ascent, Miller reversed the message of the song and would vociferously denounce the mogul in concert.

Ed Sheeran, Drake, Chance The Rapper and Post Malone were among a stream of stars to pay tribute to the "great talent", who released his fifth studio album, Swimming, in August. "Way too soon. Rest In Peace Mac".