Ariana Grande Mourning Grandfather Frank’s Death

July 27, 2014 | By TheSpreadit More

Ariana Grande and Grandfather

Ariana Grande, 21, is still mourning the death of her grandfather Frank Grande, earlier this week at age 90. As Grande mourns, she still remains positive and grateful for the support she received from fans around the globe. Her big brother Frankie Grande, 31, learned the news of his grandad passing while competing on CBS’ hit reality show “Big Brother 16.”

Ariana Grande is going through a very public grieving period after losing her grandpa Frank Grande few days ago. Grande has been very active on social media throughout the week, sharing her sorrow with her followers. The “Problem” singer started by posting few pictures on Instagram she had with her grandfather on Wednesday. One of them was simply captioned with “I love you.” She also used that same caption for another photo she shared on that same day. This really emphasizes how much she loved and cherished her grandpa.

Grande took her mourning to Twitter on Sunday, where she thanked her numerous fans for reaching out and supporting her during this difficult time. The young diva also reflected on the meaning of it all.

The “Baby I” singer wrote:

time to keep going. heart still hurts.. but it will for a while & that’s alright. love u grandps, I know ur here. we are all celebrating u !

She also added:

you know when it’s this hard to let go of somebody….. they must’ve been pretty amazing :’)

After those touching tweets, the “Sam & Cat” actress decided to go back to promoting her music. Grande shared a snippet of her portion of the song “Bang Bang,” an epic collaboration with British singer Jessie J and rapper Nicki Minaj. “Bang Bang,” one of the most anticipated song of the summer will be released on July 29. It will appear on the deluxe edition of Grande’s upcoming sophomore album My Everything that will out on August 25 worldwide.

Trying to find a reason to smile, Grande also posted a cute father-daughter dance-off clip where her song “Problem” featuring Australian female rapper Iggy Azalea was used. She may also smile at the fact that Rumer Willis who is Bruce Willis and Demi Moore oldest daughter, spoofed her hit song “Problem” for a sunscreen PSA with some help from The Battery Company. The end result is pretty funny and has gone viral.

As she continues mourning her grandfather Frank, Ariana Grande should find some solace, in the fact he had time to see her make it big in the entertainment industry. The young talent’s supporters also showed this week that they really have her back.


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