Ariana Grande responds to Twitter user's accusations of 'milking' former boyfriend Mac Miller's death

Ariana Grande was accused by a Twitter user for 'milking' Mac Miller's death after she posted a tribute to him on Thanksgiving.

FP Staff November 27, 2018 11:31:51 IST
Ariana Grande responds to Twitter user's accusations of 'milking' former boyfriend Mac Miller's death

Ariana Grande had a fitting response for a Twitter user who claimed that the singer was 'milking' the death of former boyfriend, rapper Mac Miller.

Ariana Grande responds to Twitter users accusations of milking former boyfriend Mac Millers death

File image of Ariana Grande. Reuters

The 'Thank U, Next' singer marked her first Thanksgiving since the rapper's death by sharing a Facebook memory of the two celebrating together in 2017. "You are very missed," Grande captioned the photograph.

But the post did not go well with one fan as the user wrote that she is "milking" Miller's death.  Responding, Grande sent "peace and love" to the user.

Singer Halsey also responded to Grande's tweets: "Ari the world could only dream of being as compassionate and gentle as you."

Grande subsequently tweeted, "everything i feel is valid and safe. everything i do is genuine and honest. there is no right or wrong during this period."

(With inputs from Indo-Asian News Service)

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