Following the death of her ex-boyfriend, Mac Miller, Ariana Grande disabled the comments on her Instagram, probably due to the influx of trolls who lay the responsibility for his death on her. As it was previously reported, Mac Miller, 26, died today due to an alleged overdose.
Back in May, Ariana and Mac broke up for good, with speculation arising that Mac’s substance abuse issues played a crucial role in the demise of their relationship.
Since Mac passed away, Ariana has not spoken publicly. On Thursday, she took to Instagram to post a short video of her hotel room in the United Kingdom, along with the caption, “Bye London.”
Medical professionals found Mac dead in his home in the San Fernando Valley on Friday afternoon, and he was pronounced dead at the scene, reports TMZ.
Just noticed Ariana Grande disabled comments on her Instagram account after a barrage of Mac Miller-related comments. Recognize the true problem here, rather than using someone else as a scapegoat & continuing the cycle. All so sad & nauseating.
— Maddy Skye (@MaddySkye) September 7, 2018
TMZ claims, through The Blast, that a call was made for an “immediate dispatch” due to a patient suffering through cardiac arrest.
As fans of Grande know, the last year has been especially hard on her, as she endured the Manchester Bombing back in May of 2017, as well as the breakup with Mac, and then his untimely death.
The amount of tweets blaming Ariana Grande for what happened to Mac Miller is disgusting, his addiction and lack of help is what drove this to happen, don't point the finger and blame.
— Jack Mull (@J4CKMULL) September 7, 2018
When they broke up, Ariana wrote on her social media that she “respected and adored him endlessly.” On Twitter today, her fans backed up the singer, writing, “Mac’s death is not her fault at all. She can’t control his actions, he was a grown man, and it was his decisions that led him to where he is today.”
Others insinuated that Ariana’s choice to leave him for Pete Davidson, the Saturday Night Live star, led him to take drugs. However, as the commenter above pointed out, Ariana cannot control the actions of another. “Don’t point the finger and blame,” the tweeter above asserted.