Ariana talks about ‘toxic relationship”

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Ariana Grande has spoken about her “toxic relationship” with the ex-boyfriend of Mac Miller.

She was responding to the comment of a Twitter user, who said that what happened to Miller after “the Great object of dumping him” “it was the most heartbreaking thing”.

The tweets also referred to Miller reported the arrest last week for driving while intoxicated after he crashed his car in los ANGELES.

Grande said that she should not be embarrassed “by the inability of a man to keep together.”

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Your response to user Elijah Flint says, “how absurd that minimize women’s self-respect and self-esteem by saying that a person should stay in a toxic relationship, because he wrote an album about them, which by the way is not the case (only Cinderella is about me).

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“I’m not a babysitter or a mother and no woman should feel the need to be.

“I have been concerned for him and tried to support their sobriety and prayed for its balance for years (and always will be, of course), but the shaming/blaming women for the inability of a man to keep together is a big problem.

“Let’s please, stop doing that. Of course, I do not share about how hard or scary it was while it was happening but it was.

“I will continue to pray from the bottom of my heart that he figures it all and that any other woman in this position.”

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This is the first time Grande has spoken about the problems that occurred during their two-year relationship with Miller, real name Malcolm James McCormick.

The couple met on the video shoot of their duet of The Way in 2013, and their relationship was made official a year later.

They also performed together in A Love of Manchester, with the rapper taking his own tour, after the attack your support.

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Flint later responded with an apology to the Great, the publication of an extensive note in which he said that he was “very sad” for his comments.

“I by no means think that you are the cause of Mac’s short comings and we all have our demons to keep at bay,” he said.

“I’m so sorry, I hurt you and I’m sorry you feel my tweet stigmatises women to put an end to a toxic relationship that was not my intent at all.’Sending love’

“I believe that every woman is equal to a man and has exactly the same right to seek their happiness to the fullest in spite of the reaction they might receive, including you.”

Grande then responded Flint again, saying: “Thank you for listening, thank you for your response very much – sending love.”

She announced their split earlier this month, when she posted an Instagram picture, calling Miller “one of my best friends in the whole world.”

She wrote in a now deleted the post, “Hi! This is one of my best friends in the whole world and the favorite of the people on the planet, Malcolm McCormick.

“I respect him and worship him without ceasing and I am very grateful to have him in my life, in any form, at any time, regardless of how our relationship changes, or what the universe has for each one of us!”

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