Following Mac Miller's shocking death, his close friend, Shane Powers, spoke on a podcast praising Ariana Grande, Mac's ex, for helping to keep the rapper sober. He said Grande was "incredible" in her support while he tried to get sober, calling him and asking what she could do to help him in the process. The cops still arrested him and he got to sober up in jail overnight. "Ariana and him were together, and they were very much in love".
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He wrote: "This is not real, I'm waiting for you to call me and say it was just a joke. Because whether he [was] an addict or not, the way that Mac partied was not healthy". Grande subsequently disabled comments on her Instagram before posting a simple photo of Miller sitting on grass looking up at the camera.
Grande and Miller previously dated for nearly two years, collaborating on Grande's hit "The Way" and Miller's "My Favorite Part", before breaking up in May. "What do I do?' This little girl was unbelievably involved and helpful to him being healthy".
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Mac Miller was found dead in his Los Angeles home Friday.
An autopsy into Mac's passing was completed this week but, although his body has been released to his family, there are still some additional tests pending before his exact cause of death can be announced by the coroner. His catalog earned 32.5 million streams, up from 3.04 million prior to his death.
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