Even though Mac Miller was just 26 when he died of a suspected overdose, he left behind a will back in 2013. If reports from The Blast are to be trusted, the late rapper left all his fortune to his mother, Karen Meyer, and his father, Mark McCormick.
Besides his parents, Mac’s brother Miller McCormick and his lawyer David Byrnes were listed as the trustees. David will remain in charge of his estate. However, if he cannot fulfill his obligation, the responsibility will be passed to his brother. The will didn’t mention the amount of money he has. It was marked as “unknown” when it was filed. Mac died on Friday, September 7 of a suspected overdose. He was found unresponsive in a bedroom inside his San Fernando Valley home. An autopsy has been performed on his body, but a cause of death has not been determined pending toxicology results, the Los Angeles County Coroner’s Office has confirmed.
A public vigil for the “Self Care” rapper was held on Tuesday, September 11 in his hometown of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Hosted by Nightfall Records, the vigil began on afternoon and continued into the evening. Funeral plans have not been announced by his family, though he will reportedly be laid to rest in a Pittsburgh chapel in the coming days.
His ex-girlfriend, Ariana Grande, recently broke her silence following his passing. Sharing on Instagram an old video footage of Mac telling her a story during a dinner date, she wrote that she still couldn’t believe he had left the world. “I’m so sorry I couldn’t fix or take your pain away. I really wanted to,” she said. “The kindest, sweetest soul with demons he never deserved. I hope you’re okay now. Rest.”