If you gotta kill ’em, do it with kindness. Since ex-boyfriend Mac Miller’s death, singer Ariana Grande has posted many a heartfelt tribute to him and their two-year relationship. But some fans are questioning how genuine her social media posts have actually been. Needless to say, Ari wasn’t having one bit of that –– but even her clap back on Twitter on Nov. 24 had the same humility that some fans are saying she’s been lacking.

Most recently, Ari posted a throwback tribute to her and Mac from last year’s Thanksgiving to her Insta stories. Clearly in reference to her latest tribute, one Twitter user wrote, “She milkin’ this s–t bruh.”

Woof. Those are some pretty harsh words there. Whether or not Ari felt the blow of such an insensitive tweet, we’ll never know. But we do know she snapped back in a classic Ari way –– with compassion. “I pray [you] never have to deal with anything like this ever and I’m sending [you] peace and love,” Ariana replied to the possible fan. Talk about maturity and respect.

A few hours later, she tweeted out to her fans and let them know what was on her mind. “Some of the s–t I read on here makes me sick to my stomach. It scares me the way some people think and I don’t like this world a lot of the time. If only we could be more compassionate and gentle with one another. That’d be sick,” she revealed her feelings on the user’s accusations. “Everything I feel is valid and safe. Everything I do is genuine and honest. There is no right or wrong during this period.”

When she finally closed out her series of tweets with a final “Peace,” another fan reached out with support: “Bye love take care of [your]self we will be here always.” It was clear in her reply to the fan that Ariana wasn’t too excited about taking the break from interacting with her fans. “F–k. Y’all really make me wanna stay. Imma go [though] for a min. It’s too gnarly on here. I’ll be back [though]. Love [you] bye.”