Malcolm McCormick, more commonly known as Mac Miller, recently passed away at the age of 26 but the cause of his death yet to be confirmed.
Miller was pronounced dead at his home in Studio City, California, by the Los Angeles County Department of Medical Examiner-Coroner on Friday, September 7, 2018.
According to People, the details surrounding Miller's death are still being investigated but it is believed that the singer might have succumbed to a drug overdose.
David Byrnes, Miller's attorney, confirmed his client's death to The New York Times and Tom Corson, Co-Chairman of Warner Bros. Records, was among the first people to pay tribute to the late artist.
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“Mac’s death is a devastating loss and cuts short a life and a talent of huge potential, where the possibilities felt limitless. We join all of his fans across the globe in extending our thoughts and prayers to his family and friends.”
Tom Corson, Twitter, September 8, 2018
Miller rose to fame back in 2010, when he caught the public's attention with the mixtape "K.I.D.S," which included the hits "Nikes on My Feet" and "Best Day Ever."
Earlier this year, the rapper split from his girlfriend of two years, Ariana Grande, which sent him down a destructive path. A week after the separation, Miller was arrested for drunk driving.
The late 26-year-old, who struggled with drug addiction for most of his life, hit a power pole in the San Fernando Valley and fled the scene, but the police managed to track him down and put him under arrest.
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But, despite his flaws and addictions, he was regarded as a very nice young man, who was always ready to make others smile and feel good about themselves.
Miller wasn't the only celebrity, besides Burt Reynolds, to have passed this week; Liz Fraser, from the "Carry on" franchise, as also left this world at the age of 88.
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