The whirlwind couple parted ways a few days ago
Fans of former couple singer Ariana Grande and comedian Pete Davidson were left devastated when news of their split was made known. Now it seems Ari has already given Pete the $100k diamond ring back and decided where their pet pig is going to live - with her.
The 26-year-old passed away on Friday (September 7th) after an apparent drug overdose, though a coroner's report is yet to be released. He had been struggling with addiction for many years, something that fellow musician Charlie Puth tried to help him with over the last months.
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The star posted about him on social media.
Ariana Grande has finally paid tribute to her ex-boyfriend Mac Miller following his death before the weekend. It comes after she was forced to disable comments on social media when a number of his fans brutally and unfairly blamed her for his passing.
On Friday (September 7th), the 26-year-old rapper was found unresponsive by a friend at his Studio City home, whereupon it was claimed that 911 responded to a patient in cardiac arrest, and then Miller was sadly pronounced dead on their arrival. It is thought that he had had a drug overdose.
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The singer spoke of her 'toxic' relationship in response to a fan blaming her for her ex-boyfriend's brush with police
Ariana Grande has addressed criticism on Twitter directed at her over the end of her relationship with rapper Mac Miller and has described their ‘toxic’ relationship in the process. The 24-year-old hit out after one social media user’s tweet, in which he suggested Mac’s driving offence following their break-up was her fault, went viral.
The 'No Tears Left To Cry' singer will no doubt have even less time on her hands than usual in the coming months as she prepares to release her new album 'Sweetener', which will probably result in an expansive worldwide tour. And so she has decided to step away from her relationship to focus on that.
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Ariana Grande, Mac Miller, Miley Cyrus and the Black Eyed Peas appear on stage at Ariana's One Love Manchester concert - The concert was set up to benefit the victims of the terror attack after Ariana's Manchester show the other week. Stars from the US and UK both graced the stage and played a concert full of emotion and love. The even was held at Old Trafford Cricket Ground - Manchester, United Kingdom - Sunday 4th June 2017
Funnyman Arsenio Hall is ready to reclaim his title as the king of late night chat with his new show for syndicated TV.
Arsenio Hall is back! It's been 19 years since the comic last dominated the late night viewing slot with his popular combination of chat and music and after a hiatus lasting nearly two decades, he is back to reclaim his place among the elites of the chat show circuit.
Arsenio Hall is back on late night TV
The 57-year-old former TV regular, whose late night shows famously included a sax-playing Bill Clinton and Magic Johnson's revelation that he suffers from the AIDs virus, will get a second chance at becoming a talk show mainstay again this Monday, 9 September, when he begins his run on The Arsenio Hall Show on syndicated television. It's been a lengthy stay away from the front of a camera, but it is a break that Arsenio has no regrets over and one that he feels he can return from with a bang.
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The rapper couldn't have foreseen the storm he would cause by calling out every other hip-hop artist under the sun. But is he being hated or congratulated?
Big Sean's new track 'Control' was only released on Tuesday but already the rap world is up in arms over guest rapper Kendrick Lamar's 3 minute verse in which he boasts, disses and namechecks other artists in order to make it sound like he's the undisputed big dog.
The Rap World Replies To Lamar.
Jermaine Cole, Big KRIT, Pusha T, Drake, A$AP Rocky, Mac Miller, NaS, Eminem, Andre 3000 and Meek Millz are not even all the names spat out by Lamar as the rapper compares himself to a King, the Pope and Italian writer/politician Machiavelli. He also adds in Lindsay Lohan, Sir Paul McCartney and Sean Connery for good measure, just in case Hollywood or The Beatles' guitarist ever considers encroaching on his self-anointed rap lordship.
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The hip-hop world has got some fire back in its belly.
It was the instant classic verse from Lamar that caused the stir, with the 26-year-old dubbing himself the "King of New York" and putting himself in the company of some of the game's very best.
"I heard the barbershops spittin' great debates all the time, Bout who's the best MC? Kendrick, Jigga and Nas," he spits.
Kendrick Lemar, whilst featuring on Big Sean's track 'Control', has attacked many of his rapper peers for taking the trappings of fame for granted.
Kendrick Lamar has not been in the most subtle of moods of late. He's started to find the trappings of fame and fortune irritating or so his lyrics would suggest.
Kenrick Lamar at the Way Out West Festival in Sweden.
Lamar's rant features of Big Sean's upcoming Hall of Fame album. The 7 minute long track, in which Lamar raps, has not been released owing to sample-clearance issues. This track, 'Control', is highly critical of the attributes of rap culture, including the frivolous lifestyles of other celebrities such as Lindsay Lohan.
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