Some concerned friends of American singer, Ariana Grande, are reportedly urging the star to get professional help in the wake of a string of heartbreaking news and events which have occurred around her in recent times.
The 25-year-old has been under immense strain in recent times, being diagnosed with PTSD after the Manchester Arena bombing that killed 22 people after her concert at the venue, and the death of her ex-boyfriend, rapper Mac Miller, who died in September, aged 26 following a suspected drug overdose. She also split from her fiance, Saturday Night Live comedian Pete Davidson whom, she started dating in May and got engaged with weeks later.
An insider close to the singer reportedly told Heat Magazine that “Ariana is inconsolable, and people have been urging her to book herself into a treatment centre or a wellness retreat,” The source went further to say “Ariana has to deal with her feelings, she has unresolved issues. On the outside, it may seem like she’s OK, but deep down, she’s vulnerable.”
Ariana had admitted to her struggles in a recent tweet where she wrote: “Can I pls have one okay day. Just one. Pls.”
In August, was also in the midst of public controversy after she was ‘visibly’ groped after her performance at the funeral of Aretha Franklin by Bishop Charles H. Ellis III, who officiated the ceremony
“This has been an emotional roller coaster for her,” the source said. “It’s a miracle she still holding it together after everything she’s seen. A lot of people think it would be good for her to take a break and get professional help.” the source reportedly concluded.