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Ariana Grande broke her silence on Instagram on Friday by sharing a video of Mac Miller.

In the video, Mac wears a sweatshirt with the writing, “Everything will be ok,” across the front.

In the caption of the post, Grande states that she adored Mac since meeting him as a teen, and she will always admire him — Even though he’s gone.

She continued by saying she’s still in shock over his death, and admitted the two had so many conversations about him dying (presumably from an overdose.)

Grande said she’s equally angry and saddened by his lose, and wished more than anything she could have fixed or taken his pain away.

The pop star concluded the post by saying Miller had the sweetest soul, but had demons he didn’t deserve. She hoped he was in a better place and doing okay now.

Undoubtedly, the shocking death of her ex-boyfriend has taken a toll on Ariana.

Please continue to keep Ariana and Mac’s friends, fans, and family, in your thoughts and prayers.

QCWriter is a journalist who is fueled by espresso and motivated by determination. She specializes in pop culture, country music, and news content.

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