Ariana Grande has said she has been through hell and back following the death of her ex-boyfriend Mac Miller.
The 25-year-old made the emotional confession while responding to an Instagram comment mocking her new era of music.
Ariana trolled her fans by uploading the official video to her single Breathin – which was simply a fuzzy three minute video of her and Pete Davidsons pet pig Piggy Smallz walking around on her bed.
After Pop Craves Instagram account wrote: Ariana Grande trolls fans with what appears to be the music video (?) for “breathin” starring her pet pig, Piggy Smallz, the singer continued the trolling by commenting: This is the official video.
However, the joke didnt land for everybody, with one fan getting annoyed.
On a post about the video, a teenager commented: This era is a joke and lazy.
Ariana came across the comment, and responded candidly.
The God Is A Woman singer wrote: This era is beautiful to me but idk. Been thru hell and back and Im doing my best to keep going.
Thought this would make u laugh while u wait for the real one bc i took a break to take care of myself for a lil while. My b.
Ariana went on to block the teenager, who explained her comment on her own Instagram.
She wrote: sksks hi to all of the ari fans that came to hate on me. i honestly didnt even think shed see my comment nor reply. i honestly dont like sweetener that much (except a couple songs) and thats just my opinion.
Maybe i should have said it a little nicer or not at all but i cant take it back. she blocked me which is understandable considering how many people shes blocked recently and i think i deserve it. i dont hate her and ill never hate her. i just dislike this era/album. im sorry if i hurt any of her fans. you can hate on me all you want i dont care. ill laugh with you. [sic].
Ariana took a break from the spotlight following the death of her ex Mac Miller last month.
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The pair split up earlier this year, with Ariana getting engaged to SNL comedian Pete Davidson shortly afterwards.
Macs heartbreaking death aged 26 came a year after the bombing at Arianas Manchester concert, which claimed 22 lives.
Sweetener is Arianas first album since the devastating terror attack, which has spawned the singles No Tears Left To Cry and God Is A Woman.
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