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G-Eazy leads social media tributes to late Mac Miller two years after rapper's drug overdose death - healthyfrog

G-Eazy leads social media tributes to late Mac Miller two years after rapper’s drug overdose death

G-Eazy leads social media tributes to late Mac Miller two years after rapper’s drug overdose death

G-Eazy led the tributes to late rapper Mac Miller on Monday two years after his death at age 26 from an accidental drug overdose.

The 31-year-old Oakland, California rapper posted a photo of himself and Mac enjoying a pizza party together.

Mac stuck out his tongue as he held a slice of pizza in one hand and a box holding a half-eaten pizza in the other while G-Eazy leaned back and bit into a slice.

Missing him: G-Eazy lead the tributes on social media on Monday to late rapper Mac Miller two years after his death at age 26 from an accidental drug overdose

‘Miss you brother,’ G-Eazy wrote in the caption for his roughly 8.7 million followers along with a pair of blue heart emojis.

Pittsburgh native Mac, real name Malcolm James McCormick, died on September 7, 2018 in Los Angeles of an accidental drug overdose at his home.

G-Eazy wasn’t the only one to remember the late rapper on social media.

Souly Had, Juicy J, Wale and Mustard also tweeted about Mac.

Good times: The 31-year-old Oakland, California rapper, shown in January in Florida, posted a photo of himself and Mac enjoying a pizza party together

Good times: The 31-year-old Oakland, California rapper, shown in January in Florida, posted a photo of himself and Mac enjoying a pizza party together

Twitter post: Mustard also remembered Mac on Twitter

Twitter post: Mustard also remembered Mac on Twitter

Also missing: Juicy J also was missing Mac two years after his death

Also missing: Juicy J also was missing Mac two years after his death

Many fans also said they were spending the Labor Day holiday listening to his music.

Mac was found unresponsive by his personal assistant at his home in the Studio City area and was pronounced dead by paramedics.

The Los Angeles County Coroner’s Office ruled in November 2018 that he died from an accidental drug overdose due to a ‘mixed drug toxicity’ of fentanyl, cocaine and alcohol.

Holiday music: Many fans also said they were spending the Labor Day holiday listening to the music of Mac, shown in March 2018 in Brazil

Holiday music: Many fans also said they were spending the Labor Day holiday listening to the music of Mac, shown in March 2018 in Brazil

Alll day: Souly Had tweeted that Mac was a 'huge inspiration'

Alll day: Souly Had tweeted that Mac was a ‘huge inspiration’

A federal grand jury in October 2019 charged three men with scheming to distribute fentanyl-laced pills that caused the rapper’s death.

Cameron James Pettit, of West Hollywood; Stephen Andrew Walter, of Westwood; and Ryan Michael Reavis, formerly of West Los Angeles, were charged in a three-count indictment.

Court documents alleged that Pettit sold the rapper counterfeit oxycodone pills laced with the powerful synthetic opioid fentanyl that he ordered from Walter and were delivered by Reavis.

Mac dated pop star Ariana Grande, 27, from August 2016 to May 2018 and featured on her lead single The Way for her debut album, Yours Truly.

Talented entertainer: Mac, shown in November 2014 in Los Angeles, dated pop star Ariana Grande, 27, from August 2016 to May 2018 and featured on her lead single The Way

Talented entertainer: Mac, shown in November 2014 in Los Angeles, dated pop star Ariana Grande, 27, from August 2016 to May 2018 and featured on her lead single The Way