After sitting out last week’s Emmy Awards to focus on her mental health and a difficult few weeks following the death of her ex-boyfriend Mac Miller.
The 25-year-old star tweeted a message to her fans, writing, “eeverything will be okay” and “I love you so v much”.
She then released a statement to People, announcing her plans to take some time off to “heal and mend”.
Given the events of the past couple of years, Ariana is going to take some much-needed time to heal and mend. She will be staying close to home and using this period to spend time with her loved ones and work on new music without deadline. She thanks her fans for their understanding.
The Into You singer has remained out of the spotlight since news broke on September 7th that her former boyfriend of two years, Mac Miller passed away following an apparent overdose however she did share a touching tribute to the singer on Instagram, writing:
I adored you from the day I met you when I was nineteen and I always will. I can’t believe you aren’t here anymore. I really can’t wrap my head around it. we talked about this. so many times. I’m so mad, I’m so sad I don't know what to do. you were my dearest friend. for so long. above anything else. I’m so sorry I couldn’t fix or take your pain away. I really wanted to. the kindest, sweetest soul with demons he never deserved. I hope you’re okay now. Rest.
Ariana has also contined to deal with the emotional fall-oout from the tragic Manchester bombing in 2017 which saw a suicide bomber set off an explosive device at the conclusion of her concert. The attack saw 23 people lose their livesand over 500 people injured.
Earlier this year, the star opened up about suffering from PTSD following the bombing.
"It's hard to talk about because so many people have suffered such severe, tremendous loss. But, yeah, it's a real thing," she told British Vogue. "I know those families and my fans, and everyone there experienced a tremendous amount of it as well. Time is the biggest thing. I feel like I shouldn't even be talking about my own experience – like I shouldn't even say anything. I don't think I'll ever know how to talk about it and not cry."