AceShowbiz - Mac Miller definitely has a special spot in Ariana Grande's heart because two months after his shocking death, the songstress is still continuing to mourn his passing. The Nickelodeon alum gets emotional after one fan shared to her a video of the late rapper.
The video in question was taken from an Instagram Live where Mac was answering fans' question while listening to her "Sweetener" track "R.E.M." According to the fan, he went on Instagram Live on August 9, just one day before the album's release. "We had to stan the best song from Sweetener!" said the fan.
Hey @ArianaGrande here’s a video of @MacMiller listening to R.E.M during his Instagram live from August 9th before it was released. We had to stan the best song from Sweetener! 😭😭😭 👼👼👼 pic.twitter.com/Z4CPu5vPc1— izzy (@arixsolana) November 6, 2018
After watching the clip, Ariana replied with a slew of short emotional tweets. "his voice and laugh," the "No Tears Left to Cry" singer said, before following it up with another tweet which read, "he is supposed to be here." She also expressed her gratitude to the said fan for sharing the clip to her, saying, "thank u for finding this."
his voice and laugh.— Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) November 6, 2018
he is supposed to be here.— Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) November 6, 2018
thank u for finding this.— Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) November 6, 2018
This certainly wasn't the first time Ariana remembered her late ex-boyfriend on social media. Prior to this, she uploaded a sweet video of the "Donald Trump" rapper getting ready on Oscars night. Mac, who got his tuxedo jacket sleeve fixed, was featured talking to her grandmother Joan. At one point, he looked back at Ariana and flashed a sweet smile. Ariana did not add any caption on the video, though she put a heart over his left arm.
She also gave a heartfelt shout out to Mac on her latest single, "Thank U, Next". On the song, she rhymed, "Wish I could say 'thank you' to Malcom/ 'Cause he was an angel." Besides Mac, she name dropped her other exes such as Pete Davidson and Big Sean.
Mac was found dead on September 7. Police recently confirmed that he died from "mixed drug toxicity" with cocaine, ethanol and fentanyl found in his system.