On her Instagram story over the weekend, the singer posted the tracks “Ladders” and “Dunno,” the latter of which is speculated to be about Grande. “Until, until, there is no longer/Let's get lost inside the clouds/And you, you don't gotta work harder/I can calm you down, yeah,” he raps on “Dunno,” allegedly referring to Grande’s trouble with anxiety, which she opens up about on the track “Breathin’” from her latest album. In her post, Grande appropriately added storm cloud emojis over the screenshots of the songs.
Tributes quickly poured in on social media and during performances following the rapper’s death at his San Fernando Valley home. People soon turned their attention toward Grande in the aftermath, waiting for the singer to speak on her ex since the two officially called it quits back in May.
A few days ago, the 25-year-old Sweetener singer shared a heartbreaking tribute to Mac, whom she dated for over a year. "I adored you from the day I met you when I was nineteen and I always will," she captioned a video of Miller. "I can’t believe you aren’t here anymore. I really can’t wrap my head around it.”
This followed a caption-less photo she posted of Miller the day after his death.