- Mac Miller sadly passed away two years ago and family, friends and fans took time to honour his memory
- Mac died at just 26 on 7 September, 2018 at his home in Studio City - his death was ruled an accidental overdose due to mixed drug toxicity
- Social media has been flooded with tributes to Mac as his second death anniversary passes
Popstar Mac Miller passed away two years ago and family, friends and fans cannot believe how quickly the time has passed. This day hits hard each and every time it passes it's just like the day it actually happened.
Mac sadly died at just 26 on 7 September, 2018 at his home in Studio City. His death was ruled an accidental overdose due to mixed drug toxicity – a little too much of everything took a life far too soon.
Briefly.co.za has seen the endless tributes that have poured in on social media in honour of Mac today. He might be physically gone but his impact and memory will never fade. Two years have passed and still Mac has a loyal and large following.
When Mac passed, it hit the entire globe hard.
Mustard, Wale, Juicy J and Souly Had are just a few of the big names who have taken to social media to pay tribute to Mac today. Fans have flooded social media with posts remembering Mac and we are sure his music is being played and appreciated in his honour all around the world too.
Substance abuse has taken many lives which could have done a lot more than they did if they had abstained. Mac is just one of the many stars who lost his life due to substance abuse and we can only hope that his death has stuck some awareness on the seriousness of substance abuse and addiction.
May his soul continue to rest in peace and his memory always burn bright!
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Chadwick Boseman left the world shell-shocked when he passed away from colon cancer recently. The Black Panther star had not disclosed his ailing health to the public.
Reports are now suggesting that the 43-year-old was determined to recover and complete the filming of the sequel to Black Panther.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, a source close to the late actor said that despite his declining health, Boseman was convinced that he would recover and film the movie.
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