Tomorrow will mark the two-month anniversary of Mac Miller's untimely death. Among the fans, friends, and fellow artists who have showed support for the late rapper is Ariana Grande, who most recently expressed her feelings on her latest song "Thank U, Next."
Despite these difficult times, the singer is still trying to remain optimistic. In response to a fan's tweet in which they jokingly asked for Grande's therapist, she responded with laughs, but emphasized the importance of therapy in helping her overcome adverse situations.
E! News also highlighted an exchange the singer had earlier today with a fan who tweeted Grande with a video of the late rapper. On Aug. 9, Miller was on Instagram live answering questions as "R.E.M.," a song off of Sweetener that had not been released at the time, could be heard in the background. Grande's responses, though short, were devastatingly potent, as she left her emotions on full display.
"His voice and laugh," she said, referring to Miller. "He is supposed to be here," read another, indicating her ongoing struggle in dealing with the aftermath of his death.
These tweets come one day after an accidental drug overdose was confirmed as Miller's official cause of death. Though Grande has previously stated that she would take a leave of absence from the internet, it seems she has decided to use her social media platforms as a tool with which to vent, as she tries to become a beacon of light for herself, as well as her fans.