Ariana Grande, following her canceled performance on the set of Saturday Night Live, in which she was subsequently replaced by Ye rapper, Kanye West, released a positive message on her Instagram Live account.
As it was previously reported, Ariana has been struggling emotionally for the last few weeks, releasing a few cryptic tweets, following the death of her ex-boyfriend, Mac Miller.
While no one can assume, with 100% certainty, that she’s sad due to Mac’s death, most of her fans have assumed as much. Regardless, on the 30th of September, Sunday, the 25-year-old took to her Instagram to share a positive quote from the legendary F. Scott Fitzgerald, the author of The Great Gatsby – the iconic novel released in the early 20th century.
The post reads, “life starts all over again when it gets crisp in the fall.” This comes just a few days after she thanked her fans following a litany of emotional social media posts.
You can check out the Instagram screen shot below:
Previously, on the 27th of September, the pop star wrote on her Twitter account, “Can I please have one Okay day? Just one. Please.” She added that she was tired.
As it was noted above, Grande as supposed to perform on the 44th season premiere of NBC’s Saturday Night Live, but dropped out at the last minute due to “emotional” reasons.
In the premiere, Pete Davidson, joked about his relationship with Ariana, stating that he might’ve swapped her birth control pills with Tic Tacs and that he was the kind of guy who would never net someone as popular and as beautiful as Ariana.
Their relationship began not long after Ariana’s ex-boyfriend died due to a drug overdose. Thus far, the coroner hasn’t released an official cause of death, but many assume it was prescription drug-related. Mac Miller was 26-years-old.