Ariana Grande thanks fans for her loving, breaks on Twitter: “I’m so tired’

Ariana Grande emotionally with fans on Twitter with the question of why they don’t have “an OK day?”


Ariana Grande opened up about her personal struggles on Thursday night.

The 25-year-old singer took to Twitter to share with her more than 57 million followers some of her recent problems.

“Can I pls have an OK day. only one. pls,” she began. “I’m so tired pls.”

can I pls have a good day. only one. pls.

— Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) September 27, 2018

Grande then retweeted her recent post “everything will be ok,” adding, “j f-ing k).”

Ariana Grande Assures the Fans That “Everything will be ok’ As She Continues to Mourn Ex Mac Miller Death

It is a difficult time for the Grande, who is celebrating her return to the limelight with her album, Sweetener, when it became known that her ex-boyfriend, Mac Miller, had died of an apparent drug overdose.

I’m so tired pls

— Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) September 27, 2018

Since that time, the Canal has time for herself, choosing not to attend the Emmy Awards with her fiance, Pete Davidson, or any public appearances.

The Fans started to reach Grande after the emotional tweets, asking her to respond, “ty for loving me sm I don’t deserve it.”

She also explained, “[You] angels in my life. It is a difficult month. I try to get my work done and back to normal and it is hard and I am human and I get tired. Sorry that I let you in, or delivered to you. I would not have tweeted. I [know] better.”

ty for loving me sm I don’t deserve it

— Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) September 27, 2018

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Grande has been open in the past about her struggles with anxiety after the horrific bombing of her concert in Manchester, England, in May of 2017, who has the lives of 22 people. “When I got home from the tour, I had really wanted to dizziness, the feeling that I couldn’t breathe. I would be in a good mood, fine and happy, and they hit me out of nowhere. I have always had anxiety, but it was never physical,” the “No Tears Left to Cry” the singer said in the August edition of ELLE magazine. “There were a few months where I felt so upside down.”

Following Miller’s death, Grande posted several tributes to the rapper, writing, “I’m so sorry, I couldn’t fix it or the pain. I really wanted to. The sweetest, dearest soul, with demons he never earned. I hope you are OK now. rest.”

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