The grief of a friend or a beloved person has no schedule and that had Ariana Grande an online troll to say that questioned her grief for ex-Mac Miller.
After posting a tweet about a recent homage to the deceased rapper, a commentator wrote, "She milks that s-bruh."
She fired Sunday, first took the highway and offered "peace and love," then dropped some wisdom on the person.
"I pray that you never have to deal with this and I send you peace and love," she wrote first.
Miller died in September at the age of 26 years. The rapper dated from 2016 to 2018 from Grande and provided emotional support after the 2017 Manchester bombing. He also appeared with her later that year on her One Love Manchester benefit concert.
She continued on Sunday and wrote about her ex: "Some of the s – I read here makes me sick to my stomach – it scares me as some people think and I often dislike this world – if only we are more compassionate and gentle with each other that would be sick. "
I pray that you never have to deal with anything like this and I send you peace and love.
The singer added what most people who have suffered a great loss know.
"Everything I feel is valid and safe, all I do is true and honest, there is no right or wrong in that time," she wrote.
Everything I feel is valid and safe. everything I do is real and honest. There is no right or wrong in this time.
– Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) November 25, 2018
After the comment, their fans came to their support and sent their love and condolences on Twitter. The supportive reaction seemed to surprise her.
"You really make me stay, I'm going for a minute, it's too gnarly here, I'll be back, love you, bye," she finished.
After the separation from Miller Grande was engaged to the comedian Pete Davidson, but the two also parted earlier this year.
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