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7 September 2018, 23:03 | Updated: 8 September 2018, 00:09
Ariana Grande has been forced to disable the comments section on every one of her posts just hours after Mac Miller's death.
Following the terribly sad news popstars paid their tributes to Mac on social media.
Furthermore Ariana Grande has been subject to vile abuse from Instagram users following the death of Mac Miller. With the news breaking on Friday, people took to Ariana's account to send her hateful comments.
Ariana Grande and Mac Miller had an off-on relationship with the pair only recently reuniting and splitting again before Ari met now-fiancè Pete Davidson.
This has prompted individuals to unfairly target Ariana in regards to Mac's death.
One user wrote, "This is your fault' with another branding her a 'lowkey devil'. This was enough for Ariana to cut out comments completely and we can see why.
Ariana has just turned off her Instagram comments but before that I've read some of the most vilest stuff. People are so mean.— Team Ariana Grande UK ♡ (@AGrandeLDN) September 7, 2018
It’s sad that Ariana had to disable her comments because people were going to her page blaming her for this. She’s probably devastated, people are so sick— am I really irrelevant if you’re here? - Thano$ (@arnellarmon) September 7, 2018
The people harassing Ariana make no f*cking sense, do you know how traumatizing it is to be told you’re responsible for someone’s death? What if she did something to hurt herself because of those comments? I hope you’d be okay with people harassing YOU for being responsible— jinny fallon (@ilsanspjm) September 7, 2018
Ariana has deactivated because of the comments. I hope she’s alright, I swear you guys need to learn how to shut it for once. pic.twitter.com/REqVNQJOAI— Kïr§†¥ / #RIPMacMiller (@ridedatcentineo) September 7, 2018
Before his death, Mac Miller had spoken about Ari & Pete's engagement in nothing but a positive light, "The whole thing is a little strange but it's not negative [...] I am happy for her and moving forward with her life just as I'm sure she is with me"