Underneath her brief caption was a larger brain image, and though it was in black and white, the very high levels of highlighting were clearly visible. As the two-year anniversary of the Manchester bombing grows closer, we can see that the tragic effects of the attack are still greatly affecting the star.
With the PTSD brain having several highlighted areas, fans were shocked to see that Ariana's scan had nearly double the amount.More news: What Did You Think Of Student Of The Year 2 Trailer?
It's been almost two years since the Manchester Arena bombing took place in 2017, but Ariana Grande is still feeling the traumatic aftermath of the tragedy.
"Didn't mean to startle anyone with my brain thingy", she wrote on Instagram. When speaking of the dizziness and extreme anxiety she endured, the "Thank U, Next" singer admitted that these were signs of post-traumatic stress disorder.
Ariana has spoken openly in the past about suffering from PTSD and anxiety following the terrorist attack at the end of her concert in Manchester.More news: AMI says its shopping National Enquirer over 2016 election scandals
She captioned the image, "Hilarious and terrifying". Ariana tried to help Mac with his addiction struggles while they were together for more than a year, so it hit her hard to know that he had passed while still battling those demons. "But, yeah, it's a real thing", she told Vogue past year about the incident. "I know those families and my fans, and everyone there experienced a tremendous amount of it as well".
The superstar also took to her Instagram Stories over the previous weekend to share a series of uplifting clips, in which she urged fans to take time out for themselves. I feel like I shouldn't even be talking about my own experience-like I shouldn't even say anything.
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"I just hope she doesn't overwork herself and drain herself anymore mentally/physically", one person wrote on Twitter.