Ariana Grande and Mac Miller have called it quits after two years of dating although there is no love lost between the exes since they remain good friends.
According to several news outlets, Grande and Miller are no longer a couple. However, the split seems to have been a mutual decision. A source claimed they were spending less time with each other because of work. Their work schedules became too busy so they agreed to cut off their romantic relationship.
However, the "Side to Side" singer and the rapper will remain best friends. They still respect and love each other. They will continue to love each other dearly but as close friends and not as lovers.
It is unclear when the split happened. The details about the breakup are unclear. However, Miller, real name Malcolm James McCormick, recently showed some love to Grande in a recent tweet. The 26-year-old singer and record producer praised the 24-year-old Grande on the release of her new single "No Tears Left to Cry" on April 20. The song comes from her upcoming album Sweetener, which comes out in July.
very proud of this girl right here ️ Welcome back. We missed you. One of a kind. https://t.co/aUJC9UL9fb — Mac (@MacMiller) April 20, 2018
Grande has been on music hiatus following the bombing at her Manchester concert. She made her musical comeback with "No Tears Left to Cry" and since then has made several guest appearances. She recently performed at the Coachella festival and at The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. Grande also attended the 2018 Met Gala in New York City on Monday without an escort or Miller by her side.
Grande and Miller have been friends since 2012 but only started dating in 2016. They made their relationship public in September 2016 after they were spotted kissing in August 2016. Rumors have it that a romantic relationship may have already been brewing when they collaborated on Grande's single "The Way" in 2013. The track features Miller.
The two frequently collaborated on music together. Grande featured Miller in a remix of her single "Into You." The rapper also featured Grande in "My Favorite Part" from his 2016 album The Divine Feminine. The "Dang!" singer also made an appearance during Grande's benefit concert for victims of the Manchester bombing.
News about the split comes after a source claimed that Miller and Grande had plans to get married. They had already discussed venues, honeymoon destinations, and even the guest lists.