Rapper dead at 26 of apparent overdose

Rapper dead at 26 of apparent overdose

Rapper dead at 26 of apparent overdose

Tributes have already begun pouring in from the music world, including from Mac's peers Chance The Rapper and J. Cole. According to TMZ, Miller died of an apparent overdose.

The Goosebumpz hitmaker was discovered lifeless in his San Fernando Valley, California home on Friday around noon local time, and was pronounced dead at the scene by authorities, law enforcement sources tell TMZ.

Miller was arrested on DUI and hit-and-run charges in Los Angeles in May.

Miller had struggled with addiction problems for most of his life, especially following his breakup with singer Ariana Grande.

"I made a stupid mistake".

"He was one of the sweetest guys I ever knew, "the rapper wrote on Twitter". It ranked first on the U.S. Billboard 200 chart when it debuted. "I am not a babysitter or a mother and no woman should feel that they need to be".

Mac Miller and his then girlfriend, Ariana Grande.

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Khelani posted: 'I WILL MISS YOU SO MUCH I F**KING LOVE YOU DUDE THE GREATEST'. I am completely broken.

Less than 24 hours before his death, Miller tweeted details of his upcoming "Swimming" tour, noting, "I wish it started tomorrow".

He was set to perform a series of concerts in support of the record starting in late October, with the opener scheduled to take place at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles.

He continued releasing successful albums and mixtapes and in 2014, he signed with Warner Bros.

Malcolm James McCormick described himself as a corny white rapper, but to many fans, he was a prolific lyricist, and to many in his industry, he was a genuine friend.

When asked how he manages negativity, Miller told Vulture: "I really wouldn't want just happiness". Miller released three more full-length albums before his death, including Swimming, which was released on August 3. Prior to his death, Miller had been sharing behind-the-scenes videos of his home life on his Instagram account.

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