Twitter Defends Ariana Grande Against The Death Blame Mac Miller Trolls
To some people.
Twitter – Mac Miller and Ariana Grande date for almost two years. On the evening of Pittsburgh-bred rapper wrote a whole album about his love for her, called The Divine Feminine in 2016.
After they broke up in May, the pop princess moved quickly up to now-boyfriend Pete Davidson as Miller seemed to spiral.
Earlier this summer, he was arrested for a DUI after crashing his Mercedes G-Wagon on a pole, while driving around the San Fernando Valley.
Miller died Friday (September 7) at the age of 26 of a suspected drug overdose, and now, people are holding Great responsible for his death. Evidently they were so out of control that Large disabled their comments on Instagram and has not resolved your ex-boyfriend to death publicly to all.
Ariana Grande disabled your comments on instagram, because sickos like these are that the publication of this kind of shit. Copy to Mac Miller. This is not. pic.twitter.com/m7P5lNjAG1
— Faduma 🇬🇧🇸🇴 (@ignis_leaena) September 7, 2018
However, several people jumped in the 25 years of the superstar of the corner, the restoration of at least a hint of humanity.
Some noted Big had been through enough, citing the deadly 2017 Manchester bombing during one of his concerts.
Check out the reactions below.
Each outlet and a person that is dragging this young woman, who buried 22 fans who were killed at their concert a damn year ago, in this tragedy, AS IT BREAKS up should be ashamed of themselves.
— Jamilah Lemieux (@JamilahLemieux) September 7, 2018
Ariana Grande DID NOT do Mac Miller overdose.Ariana Grande DID NOT do Mac Miller overdose.Ariana Grande DID NOT do Mac Miller overdose.Ariana Grande DID NOT do Mac Miller overdose.Ariana Grande DID NOT do Mac Miller overdose.
— Lasizwe (@lasizwe) September 7, 2018
I feel for @ArianaGrande right now. When you leave someone you love for their own improvement, have fear of things like this happening. I do not