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Ariana Grande Shares Emotional Tweet About Facing More Hardships

Ariana Grande has shared an emotional message about dealing with a series of hardships following the Manchester Arena attack last year, she failed engagement with ex Pete Davidson and the death of her former boyfriend Mac Miller.

Taking to Twitter on Wednesday, the singer, 25, told her fans: 'remember when I was like hey I have no tears left to cry and the universe was like HAAAAAAAAA b***h u thought' (sic).

The God is a Woman hitmaker released her hit single No Tears Left To Cry earlier this year, serving as her first song since the Manchester Arena bombing at her concert in May 2017, which claimed the lives of 22 concertgoers.

Following the devastating terror attack, Ariana took to the stage in Manchester at the Emirates Old Trafford cricket ground to host her star-studded One Love benefit concert.
In May, the Dangerous Woman singer announced her split from rapper Mac, 26, after an almost-two-year relationship.

Two months later, Ariana had announced her engagement to ex-fiance Pete, 24.

The rapper was found dead at 26 in his Studio City, California home on September 7 in what authorities suspect to be a drug overdose.

In the wake of his death, Ariana confirmed her split from ex-fiance Pete in October - four months after announcing their engagement.

TMZ reported the pair had not done any of the actual work in planning a wedding prior to their split.
Meanwhile, Ariana's former flame Nathan Sykes shared his delight as he wasn't named in the singer's latest track thank u, next, which addresses her previous relationships.

In an interview with TMZ, the 25-year-old said: 'That's good news [that Ariana didn't name-drop him]. I haven't heard the song, I hear it's amazing though.'

The Almost Is Never Enough singers enjoyed a brief relationship from August to December 2013.

Asked whether he learnt anything from the fellow singer following their romance, he added: 'It was a long time ago, so I suppose you just grow as a person. I've grown up a lot.'
Ariana's social media activity comes after she reminisced about her ex-boyfriend Mac after fans unearthed a live video of the rapper listening to her track R.E.M.

The footage was filmed following the pair's split and a month before Mac - real name Malcolm James McCormick - passed away in September following a suspected drug overdose.

Sweetener hitmaker Ariana thanked a fan for sharing the video with her on Twitter, as she responded: 'He is supposed to be here.'

In the video, Mac can be seen taking part in a Q&A with his fans while Ariana's track plays in the background.
The song is taken from Ariana's new album Sweetener and Mac had been listening to it just a week before the album's release and months after splitting from Ariana.

On watching the video of her ex-beau, Mac, back, Ariana replied to the fan: 'His voice and laugh. he is supposed to be here. thank u for finding this.'
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