Macintosh Miller, a rapper from Pittsburgh whose presentation collection bested the outlines in 2011 after his energetic style picked up a following on the web and who already dated vocalist Ariana Grande, passed on Friday in Los Angeles at age 26, authorities said.
He was discovered inert at his home in the Studio City neighborhood and articulated dead there, the Los Angeles County Coroner’s Office said in an announcement.
Superstar site TMZ revealed that Miller passed on of an evident medication overdose. Reuters couldn’t affirm that. Mill operator, whose genuine name was Malcolm McCormick, had talked about his utilization of medications, especially the abuse of solution hack syrup, in media meetings and rap verses.
The coroner’s office did not discharge the reason for death, saying an examination was pending.
Mill operator’s family in an announcement affirmed the demise and called him “a brilliant light in this world for his family, companions and fans.”
Mill operator initially picked up a following at age 18 with his mixtape “K.I.D.S.” in 2010, and from the get-go in his profession was known for party-style melodies with recordings that became a web sensation.