Fans, Fellow Artists Remember MAC MILLER On Anniversary Of His Death
The entertainment world shared earnest messages to late rapper Mac Miller who passed away exactly one year ago due to an accidental overdose.
The artist whose real name is Malcolm McCormick was remembered by his close buddies in the scene. The likes of Kid Cudi, Kevin Abstract of Brockhampton, Thundercat, NBA player Karl-Anthony Towns, and producer Cardo honored Mac by sharing heartfelt tweets.
when i was 14 i went to a mac miller concert in houston and he was mad young at the time and i remember leaving being so inspired that shit kept me going man him & OF in 2010 really inspired me to keep putting shit out as a teenager— kevin abstract (@kevinabstract) September 7, 2019
Miss u Mac— The Chosen One (@KidCudi) September 7, 2019
A year ago, the world lost a 1/1 soul. There will never be another @MacMiller.— Karl-Anthony Towns (@KarlTowns) September 7, 2019
Long live our brother Mac Miller. Miss u fam.— SUB ZERO (@CardoGotWings) September 7, 2019
all I have to say is thank you Mac, you were, and still are, a guiding light in my life and growth. I love you and miss you more than words can describe, thank you. pic.twitter.com/2ZryMmA5dX— ashy daddy (@Thundercat) September 7, 2019
Meanwhile, Mac's fans also commemorated his death anniversary by gathering at Blue Slide Playground, the same place that inspired the his debut album Blue Slide Park. His father Mark McCormick was at the event and addressed the crowd.
Thank you to the McCormick & Meyers family for the support to make tonight at Blue Slide Park happen. Much love to you & your family. Much love to Malcolm for being an amazing person. Love you & miss you everyday! Thank you to everyone who came out today. See you next year! 💙 pic.twitter.com/VxGDQqGIuQ— Zach DiMartini (@ZachDiMartini) September 7, 2019
Mac Miller Memorial: It’s been one year since the beloved rapper from Pittsburgh died. Blue Slide #blueslidepark Playground in Frick Park where the artist loved to come, is a gathering point for music, dance, art and tributes to the artist #MacMiller On @CW and @KDKA TONIGHT pic.twitter.com/OEuN7zvYu5— PamSuranoKDKA (@PamSuranoKDKA) September 6, 2019
The Grammy-nominated rapper, who previously dated Ariana Grande, was found unconscious in his San Fernando Valley home a year ago. He was 26 years old.