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MANCHESTER, ENGLAND - JUNE 04: NO SALES, free for editorial use. In this handout provided by 'One Love Manchester' benefit concert (L) Mac Miller and Ariana Grande perform on stage on June 4, 2017 in Manchester, England. Donate at www.redcross.org.uk/love (Photo by Getty Images/Dave Hogan for One Love Manchester)

After news of Mac Miller’s death surfaced online yesterday, many fans took to social media to blame Ariana Grande.

Miller, 26, died of a suspected drug overdose.

As you know, Grande and Miller dated for two years before calling it quits.

At the time, fans were upset with the pop star, especially after she confirmed she was engaged to Pete Davidson shortly after her split from Miller.

While Grande has not publicly addressed Miller’s tragic death, she did react to the blame by disabling her comments on Instagram.

Several negative comments remain in the comment section of her recent photos on Instagram, but at this time, users are unable to post new comments.

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1.2m Likes, 94.4k Comments - Ariana Grande (@arianagrande) on Instagram: "bye london"

We tried to add a comment to one of Grande’s recent Instagram posts, and were greeted with a “comments on this post have been limited” response.

While Ariana is facing widespread criticism, several of her fans also took to the comment section of her social media posts — To express their love and support.

No matter who you blame in this situation, undoubtedly, Miller’s death is upsetting to Ariana. After all, despite their break up, Grande seemingly spoke out on Twitter after Miller left the scene of an accident back in May.

He was later arrested and charged with a DUI, in addition to other charges.

While she didn’t tag Miller in her tweet, everyone knew she was talking to Miller.

Feelings don’t die overnight. Let’s rise above the negativity and keep Miller’s family, friends, and Ariana in our prayers.

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