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Ariana Grande Pays Tribute to Mac Miller During 'Sweetener' Tour

Ariana Grande paid special tribute to Mac Miller while kicking off her Sweetener Tour tonight.

The 25-year-old superstar began her tour on Monday night (March 18) at Times Union Center in Albany, New York.

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According to fans in attendance, some of Mac‘s music played in the moments before Ariana took the stage.

“they’re playing mac while we wait for ariana,” one fan tweeted from the audience.

Make sure to check back to see Ariana‘s entire setlist from the show.

Pete Davidson Kicks Out Heckler Who Joked About Mac Miller at Comedy Show

Pete Davidson is sticking up for the late Mac Miller.

During his set at a comedy show on Monday night (February 25) at the South Orange Performing Arts Center in New Jersey, the 25-year-old SNL cast member set up a joke saying, “My friend died in my apartment.”

Some guy out in the audience then yelled out “Mac Miller?” – and Pete was not happy about it.

“Who’s that guy?” Pete said stopping the show. “We’re getting him out.”

Pete then threatened to leave the venue if the “f–k face” wasn’t removed.

“I will not continue until that kid is gone,” Pete said in the clip obtained by TMZ. “Find him. I’ll leave… give him his money back and get him the f— out. I don’t deal with that s— at my shows.”

The heckler was then removed which led to an eruption of applause from the audience and Pete continued.

Mac was found dead back in September 2018 from an accidental overdose of fentanyl, cocaine and alcohol. He was only 26.

At the time of his death, Pete was engaged to Mac‘s ex-girlfriend Ariana Grande.

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Is Ariana Grande's 'Ghostin'' About Mac Miller?

Ariana Grande fans are speculating about “Ghostin’,” one of the songs featured on her new album thank u, next, which was released on Friday (February 8).

Upon its release, some fans interpreted the lyrics of the song – as well as a musical similarity – to be a reference to the end of her relationship with Pete Davidson following the death of her late ex, Mac Miller.

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“Though I wish he were here instead / Don’t want that living in your head / He just comes to visit me / When I’m dreaming every now and then,” she sings.

She also explained that song is about “feeling badly for the person you’re with bc you love somebody else. feeling badly bc he can tell he can’t compare…and how i should be ghosting him.”

Finally, fans also noted that the second half of the song seems to resemble Mac‘s own song, “2009.”

Listen to “Ghostin’,” as well as “2009,” below.

Ariana Grande Mourns Mac Miller on What Would Have Been His 27th Birthday

Ariana Grande is remembering the late Mac Miller.

The 25-year-old “7 Rings” singer tweeted a message for the late musician, who dated Ariana and would have turned 27 on Saturday (January 19).

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“miss u,” she tweeted just after midnight.

Ariana and Mac dated for nearly two years and broke up last May. He tragically died in September of 2018.

It was recently revealed that Mac‘s parents will attend the 2019 Grammys. They will also accept the award for Rap Album of the Year if Mac‘s Swimming wins for its posthumous nomination.

Our thoughts are with Mac‘s loved ones at this time.

Mac Miller's Parents Will Attend Grammys 2019

Mac Miller‘s mother and father will be in attendance at the 2019 Grammy Awards.

The late rapper’s parents will be in attendance at the ceremony, TMZ confirmed on Tuesday (January 15).

Along with attending, they will also accept the Grammy Award for Rap Album of the Year if Mac‘s Swimming wins for its posthumous nomination against acts like Cardi B, Travis Scott, Pusha T and Nipsey Hussle.

Mac‘s mother has carried on his legacy with the Mac Miller Circles Fund, helping children in his hometown of Pittsburgh, Penn.

He tragically died in September of 2018 of an accidental overdose.

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