It's only been a few days since Mac Miller tragically passed away from a drug overdose, but YouTuber and Bella Thorne obsesser Tana Mongeau has already made it all about her... and people aren't happy about it.
Tana made an emotional Instagram post about Mac Miller's death, revealing that she and him were in some sort of relationship.
Sharing a screenshot of their text conversation, Tana wrote, "You made me feel something, you were sweet to me every second.
"You had this love for life and what you do that made me fall for you 10x harder…I wanted to come over last night…my soul is shattered…what I would do for you to tuck my hair behind my ear and kiss me one last time…I love you Malcolm. I love you."
Sure, it seems kind of cute... but this is the same girl who scammed thousands of fans of their money with her fake '#TanaCon' event...
Not only that, bit the night before Mac Miller's death, the same night she apparently "wanted to come over", she was making out for the camera's with some random guy at the Pornhub Awards...
But Tana wasn't the only girlfriend Mac left heartbroken either!
Instagram model Julia Kelly also shared a text conversation with Mac after he died.
"Waking up next to you was a dream. I'm going to miss your sweet forehead kisses and affection. I would give anything to talk to you one last time and express my love. I love you forever, Malcolm."
While nobody is questioning whether or not these relationships were real or not, they have an issue with the fact that they're using Mac Miller's death as an excuse to gain some online attention.
Tana eventually apologised for her post.
"i just want to apologize to ANYONE that was upset by my post or took it the wrong way. bottom line. i loved malcolm so much & never would want any one to think my intentions were anything but true. he was truly the only thing bringing me happiness in such a depressed part of life. i looked up to him for years. he was my hero. getting to know him changed my life.. that is why i was so quick to share my personal love for him. i wanted to show you the perspective i saw him from. human. not just an rip post. not just a tweet & something everyone moves on from. i want him to be remembered for the incredible person he was & i was sharing my experience.. however i can see how people could perceive that post differently not knowing how close i was with him & that breaks my heart & i’m sorry for that. it isn’t about me. it never will be. it’s about Malcolm James Mccormick & how f*cking incredible he was. i was seeing so many posts dehumanizing him. he wasn’t just an ex or unhappy. he was human. he was happy. he was excited for tour. he was excited to shoot that music video.. he was excited for life. i just want anyone who sees this to know how much i loved him & how heartbroken i am. i’m sorry to anyone i’ve upset because that was truly my last intention. i wasn’t doing that for attention. i was trying to tell you how much i loved him. but i understand how it could’ve been perceived differently and again i’m sorry. but there’s no ‘affair’ or any of those crazy allegations.. just someone i spent all of my time for awhile lately consumed with talking to & loving. but i’m truly sorry if anything i said painted a different picture. all i want for him."