Chris Cornell’s Widow Defends Ariana Grande After Disgusting Comments


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Chris Cornell’s widow Vicky Cornell has defended Ariana Grande after vicious internet trolls have attacked her following the death of her ex-boyfriend Mac Miller. Miller, a famous rapper, died of a drug overdose a couple of days ago.

Vicky tweeted, “Another bright light is out. Addiction is a disease . There are 21 million reasons this can’t be discussed today and forgotten tomorrow. It must be part of the mental health conversation. #MacMiller.”

She then retweeted a fan who wrote, “Unsurprisingly, Ariane Grande has turned off comments on her IG.

Dear God. There are hundreds like these…

These are the same people who wail about cyberbullying and trolling. ?


Vicky wrote in response to the nasty comments directed at Grande, “And seriously … ENOUGH…. What is wrong with people ? No human decency is the nicest thing I have to say. God knows what my kids and I have seen … We should all pray for these people….”

Vicky and her children have been attacked by trolls online in the year since Chris Cornell died.

Lily Cornell Silver has posted a tribute to rapper Mac Miller, who died on Friday from a reported drug overdose.

“Absolutely breaks my heart to see yet another life taken by addiction. Way too many, way too young. Addiction is a disease, fuck drugs man. Rest in peace Mac Miller.”

NPR reports that Mac Miller, the Pittsburgh-born rapper who developed a ravenous following over the course of five successful albums, died Friday of an apparent overdose in his Los Angeles home, multiple outlets have reported. He was 26 years old.

Born Malcolm James McCormick in Pittsburgh, Mac Miller had a string of hit albums reach the top ranks on the Billboard 200. His 2011 debut, Blue Slide Park, reached No. 1 on that chart, followed by 2013’s Watching Movies with the Sound Turned Off (No. 3); 2015’s GO:OD AM (No. 4); 2016’s The Divine Feminine (No. 2); and, released just last month, Swimming, which reached No. 3 on the Billboard 200. He was also a skilled producer under the alias Larry Fisherman.