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10 September 2018, 14:40 | Updated: 10 September 2018, 15:20
The Arianators stood up for their idol after vile trolls sent her ridiculous hate and threats in the wake of Mac Miller’s death.
The news of Mac Miller’s tragic death at the age of 26 years old following a suspected drug overdose shocked the world this weekend, but rather than mourn the rapper, some trolls decided to channel their emotion in to sending Ariana Grande awful messages instead.
Ariana had to turn off the comments on her Instagram account within minutes after the news broke, after being flooded with vile messages from trolls sending her threats – but her Arianators were there to support her.
Fans were quick to defend Ari and rightfully point out that Mac’s death was nothing at all to do with the singer.
ariana grande has been exploited and slut shamed her entire career starting at age 15, lost 22 fans at her concert where an attack occurred and had been partially blamed for it, and is now being blamed for the death of mac miller. she never deserved any of this.— kya (@softsadsatan) September 9, 2018
You know, I didn’t see ANYBODY blaming William Valderrama when Demi Lovato overdosed, but when Mac Miller overdosed, everybody is attacking Ariana Grande? What kind of backwards sexist bullshit is this?— Allie Baba (@NsbSo) September 9, 2018
to all the people blaming Ariana grande for Mac Miller’s death pic.twitter.com/11h2LOvmoV— lauren rudolph (@llaurenrudolph) September 9, 2018
I'm still shook about what happened with Mac Miller,but I also can't handle all the hate,that crumbles at Ariana.She's just his ex gf!!!#ArianaKeepBreating— neil boo (@neilboo2) September 10, 2018
Demi Lovato overdoses,it's her fault because she made the choice to use. Mac Miller overdoses and it's Ariana Grande's fault for leaving him and moving on. Just say you hate women and go.— Juggalos Against DV (@JuggalosAntiDV) September 10, 2018
stop getting hate on Ariana for what happened to Mac. don't you think she's already heartbroken? she lost an important person for her. she's always been next to him and she tried to help, but sometimes everything we do to help someone who doesn't want it isn't enough.— ρєαн,, 🌙 (@httpsdallvs) September 10, 2018
I pray for Ariana Grande, she's been through so much at this point. Everything happened so fast. Just last year, she was blaming herself for the death of her fans at her own concert, just recently she got harassed by a pastor, and now she's being blamed for Mac's death.— 🌸 Isabella 🌸 (@stellaraxia) September 10, 2018
Stay strong, Ariana – nobody deserves what she has been through.