Ariana Grande pays tribute to ex Mac Miller’s posthumous album but ignores Eminem’s Manchester diss – The Sun

ARIANA Grande paid tribute to ex Mac Miller's posthumous album, ignoring Eminem's Manchester diss about the Manchester concert bombing.

Malcolm James McCormick's family released Circles today, his sixth and final studio album, after he died of an accidental drug overdose in September 2018.

Ariana posted the album cover on her Instagram Stories after Eminem dropped his rage-fueled album Music to be Murdered By.

In his new song Unaccommodating, Eminem appears to make light of the horrific bombing in Manchester, which claimed the lives of 22 people.

"I'm contemplating yelling ‘bombs away' on the game like I'm outside an Ariana Grande concert," he raps before an explosion can be heard on the track.

Ariana, 26, didn't address the controversial lyrics on social media, choosing to remember her dear friend and former lover Mac Miller instead.

He died from a “mixed drug toxicity” that included “fentanyl, cocaine and ethanol" sixteen months ago.

Ariana previously opened up about his shocking death last summer, telling Vogue her friends were vital throughout the grieving process.

She said: “My friends know how much solace music brings me, so I think it was an all-around, let’s-get-her-there type situation.

"But if I’m completely honest, I don’t remember those months of my life because I was a) so drunk and b) so sad."

Now, emotional fans are convinced they can hear Ariana's dulcet tones on track No. 4 of Mac Miller's album called I Can See.

During the chorus a voice can be heard harmonizing with the rapper as he sings: “And now I know if life but a dream I’m so worried.”

Mac Miller was attempting to tell a survival story after a number of complications in his life, according to The Atlantic.

He was reportedly working on the companion album Circles at the time of his death following his previous album Swimming.

In an emotional statement, his family said: "Two different styles complementing each other, completing a circle – Swimming in Circles was the concept.

"He had been working with [Producer] Jon Brion, who after hearing some early versions of songs, cleared his calendar to help Malcolm fine-tune them."

The rapper's untimely death came after his DUI car crash and his ex-girlfriend Ariana calling their relationship “toxic.”

After the car crash, she said he couldn't "keep his shit together" before their break up in a straight-talking tweet on May 18, 2018.

She wrote: "[S]haming / blaming women for a man’s inability to keep his shit together is a very major problem. Let’s please stop doing that.”

“Of course I didn’t share about how hard or scary it was while it was happening but it was.

"I will pray from the bottom of my heart that he figures it all out and that any other woman in this position does as well.”

The pair had reportedly decided to call it quits a few days earlier while remaining "best friends."

Ariana and Mac Miller collaborated on the 2013 song The Way before going public with their relationship in 2016.

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