Rapper Mac Miller dies of drug overdose at 26

08 September, 2018, 00:43 | Author: Rafael Roberts
  • Rapper Mac Miller dies of apparent overdose

The 26-year-old rapper reportedly had trouble with substance abuse in the wake of his breakup from Ariana Grande, and was found on Friday.

Law enforcement sources tell TMZ that the platinum-selling rapper was found at around noon at his San Fernando Valley home and was pronounced dead at the scene. He was charged with two counts of driving under the influence last month.

Just Thursday, Vulture published a profile of Miller. Shortly after the crash, his ex-girlfriend, Ariana Grande, tweeted about their "toxic" relationship, writing she had "tried to support his sobriety" and "prayed for his balance for years".

Our thoughts are with Mac's loved ones at this hard time.

Paraguay's embassy move 'diplomatic win for Palestine'
However, the Palestinian Authority said it would "immediately" open an embassy in the South American country. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu meets with then Paraguayan President Horacio in Jerusalem , May 21, 2018.

Our thoughts are with his family at this hard time.

It was only yesterday that Mac was referencing his tour on Twitter, and revealed through a retweet that the works of his recent album made him anxious.

Hailing from Pittsburgh, Miller started rapping as a teenager and first gained mainstream popularity with his 2011 song "Donald Trump".

Recommended:



Popular

Trump claims he fell asleep watching Obama speech
On Thursday, the former president is scheduled to campaign in Cleveland for Richard Cordray's campaign for Ohio Governor. Obama is still the erudite statesman we've known for years, but he just seems looser, less measured.

Goldman Sachs Drops Bitcoin Trading Desk Plan
Several small USA firms reshaped their business models to capitalize on the craze for blockchain technology, which supports cryptocurrency .

Delta Fire quickly grows to 5000 acres, east of Hirz Fire footprint
Southbound I-5 is now closed at Mott Road, north of Dunsmuir, according to the California Highway Patrol . Residents were issued an evacuation warning, urging them to be prepared to leave if the fire threatened.

Neymar predicts Liverpool will finish outside of the top four
Liverpool are now top of the table on goal difference as Jurgen Klopp's men look to win their first Premier League title. We can rest a bit some players. "But if we lose a game, then we have to stay together and be better".

Nike’s endorsement deal with Kaepernick is not appropriate, Trump says
A similar grievance is still pending by former San Francisco teammate Eric Reid, a Pro Bowl safety who joined in the protests. A TV ad featuring Kaepernick immediately followed.

First known omnivorous shark species identified
While more research needs to be done, the scientists say that there may be more omnivorous shark species lurking in the ocean. Jaws would've been a lot less scary had Steven Spielberg replaced his great white villain with a bonnethead shark .

Novak Djokovic: This is how Roger Federer made me a better player
He has since added the 2017 US Open and an 11th Roland Garros this year, taking his total to 17, just three behind Federer. Federer made a whopping 76 unforced errors in one of the poorest performances of his star-studded career.

Plane from Dubai quarantined at NYC airport after passengers fall ill
Passenger Larry Coben tweeted: "All we have been told is that some passengers have fallen ill and we should remain in our seats". A plane from Dubai has been quarantined in NY amid reports that multiple passengers were sick, officials said Wednesday.

Trump's lawyers open to giving Mueller written answers on collusion question
A spokesman for the special counsel's office did not immediately reply to an email seeking comment. Lindsey Graham reacts to the Mueller report, Kavanaugh proceedings and McCain's successor.

Brazilian government appeals to firms and donors to rebuild ruined museum
The museum's director noted that a portion of the collection was destroyed but that the museum hasn't yet determined how much. While some of the biological collections may be replenished, this cultural history is simply gone.