Ariana Grande Shares Inspiring Messages With Fans: 'One Day at a Time'

Ariana Grande was met with a slew of aggressive comments blaming the singer for his death
Credit Yui Mok  PA

Ariana Grande was met with a slew of aggressive comments blaming the singer for his death Credit Yui Mok PA

"Everything will be okay", she tweeted.

She also took to her Instagram Stories that same day to post a photo of a cloudy sky with the phrases "everything will be okay" and "one day at a time" with a heart.

On 7 September 2018, the world learned the sad news, the artist died of a drug overdose at only 26 years old.

The couple split up in May after nearly two years of dating.

"I adored you from the day i met you when i was nineteen and i always will".

The singer then added another line later on, writing, "I was jus tryna make ya laugh.it was just a joke bc u might be waiting for like. all eternity. lol. but i love u. i'm saw. miss u ll a lot".

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The outing came after she shared some words of wisdom and reassurance on social media for her 180.6million followers.

"Given the events of the last two years, Ariana is going to take some time to heal and fix itself".

Meanwhile, Ariana's fiance Pete Davidson showed his style in checkered trousers and a lime green shirt as he left the couple's apartment later in the day. It will remain close to home, and will use this period to spend time with his family and working on new music without delay.

Fans have speculated that her messages are tributes for Mac, as he was photographed during their relationship wearing a sweater that read: "Everything will be okay".

After skipping Monday's Emmy Awards with fiance Pete Davidson, Grande stepped out with friends in NY days later, where she splashed around in the rain.

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