Ariana Grande Helped Mac Miller's Sobriety, According To A Friend

Sergio Cunningham
September 12, 2018

Shane Powers addressed the incident on his podcast, saying that the pop star was "an unbelievably stabilising force" in the 26-year-old's life prior to his passing.

Since they broke up last spring, she quickly moved on with her now fiance, Pete Davidson. Because whether he was an addict of not, the way that Mac partied was not healthy. "But I gotta tell you man, there was no one in [Mac's] life more ready to go to the wall for him when it came to him being sober", Powers said.

Following Miller's death, Puth, known for collaborating with Wiz Khalifa on the song See You Again, tweeted to say he had texted the rapper's phone. According to the podcaster, Ariana was really pushing him to be sober, and was a "G" to him.

'This little girl was unbelievably involved and helpful to him being healthy.

Miller's struggle with sobriety was no secret. Powers said, "I think she acted like an idiot with the breakup ... and the marrying some dude in a week".

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Powers has previously stated that Ariana was "incredible" and supportive during her relationship with Mac Miller. Fans have been ripping her apart online ever since, especially after Mac Miller got into a drunk driving incident.

'He was a huge part of her life, and they always shared such a special bond.

She did, however, share a tribute to the artist in the form of a single uncaptioned Instagram picture on Saturday.

Mac Miller's death certificate is in, but it still hasn't shed any light on what caused the rapper's life to end. Now TMZ reports that as a result of his death, the Los Angeles City Attorney has been forced to drop a DUI case against him.

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