Hit-making couple Ariana Grande and Mac Miller have reportedly ended their romantic relationship after two and a half years.
As TMZ reports, the singer and rapper called it quits due to increasingly busy schedules, but remain “the closest of friends.”
The pair previously collaborated on tracks like Grande’s “The Way” and Miller’s “My Favorite Part.”
Miller appeared onstage with Grande during her “One Love Manchester” concert following the horrific bombing that took place during her show in the UK city last year.
Just last month, Grande unveiled her first new single since the attack. Upon the release of “No Tears Left to Cry,” Miller tweeted his support for this then girlfriend.
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’s next album Sweetener is due out July 20. Revisit “No Tears Left to Cry” below.
Miller’s last studio album arrive in 2016 with The Divine Feminine. Earlier this month, he released a remastered version of his 2012 mixtape Macadelic.