Rapper Mac Miller dead at 26

Rapper Mac Miller dead at 26

Rapper Mac Miller dead at 26

Musicians have been expressing their sadness and paying tribute to United States rapper Mac Miller, who was found dead at his California home on Friday aged 26.

Celebrity news site TMZ said that Miller was found dead from an apparent overdose in his Los Angeles-area home and US Weekly said it also confirmed his death.

In the aftermath of the sudden death of rapper Mac Miller, Ariana Grande has been forced to block comments on her social media platforms.

"Malcolm McCormick, known and adored by fans as Mac Miller, has tragically passed away at the age of 26", they said in a statement released to TMZ.

Mac Miller's untimely death has rocked Hollywood. Having already gained a following via mixtapes, touring and singles like "Donald Trump", his debut, "Blue Slide Park", released in 2011, entered the Billboard album chart at #1.

Miller had just released his fifth studio album, "Swimming", last month.

Miller also drew headlines for his two-year relationship with singer Ariana Grande that ended earlier this year.

Mac started: "I just wanna go on tour", which was quickly liked more than 33,000 times and retweeted to thousands.

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The rapper, whose music had documented struggles with substance abuse and depression, was found unresponsive at his home in Los Angeles on Friday morning after a reported overdose.

The couple had dated for almost two years before Grande broke it off in May.

According to a September 7 report by College Candy, a multitude of stars spoke out on social media about Mac Miller's death on Friday.

A source told Entertainment Tonight that Grande was "devastated" by the news of Miller's death.

His good friend and fellow Pittsburgh rapper Wiz Khalifa tweeted, "Praying for Mac's family and that he rest easy". However, in 2014, Miller announced that he was no longer associated with Rostrum Records and that he had signed a new deal with Warner Bros Records for a whopping 10 million dollars. In May of this year, the "Self Care" rapper was arrested for DUI and hit and run. "I can't wait to know and support you forever and I'm so proud of you!" "I used to rap super openly about really dark s-t", he told Vulturein a profile that published on Friday.

"At his record release in NY he was happy taking pictures, we felt like he was back". "And I don't want just sadness either".

She went on: 'Unconditional love isn't selfish.

He previously said: "I love lean; it's great".

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