Another shocking death has happened in the music industry. Rapper Mac Miller has passed away from a reported overdose at the age of only 26 and now, fans, and fellow musicians are paying tribute, including J. Cole, Khalid and more.
Wiz Khalifa was also one of the very first stars to take to social media and react to the tragic news.
‘Praying for Mac’s family and that he rest easy,’ he wrote.
Meanwhile, Khalid, who was also pretty quick to acknowledge the loss posted: ‘This hurts my heart man RIP bro.’
Chance The Rapper is deeply affected by losing his friend like this.
His post read: ’I don’t know what to say Mac took me on my second tour ever. But beyond helping me to launch my career, he was also one of the sweetest guys I ever knew. Great man. I loved him for real. I am completely broken. God bless him.’
Fifth Harmony singer Dinah Jane took to her Twitter account to say: ‘Lost for words … please be kind to yourselves. I can’t even believe I’m hash tagging this #RIPMacMiller prayers up x.’
Khelani posted: ‘I WILL MISS YOU SO MUCH I F**KING LOVE YOU DUDE THE GREATEST.’
‘Unreal. So sad. RIP Mac Miller,’ wrote Shawn Mendes.
It’s pretty clear that Ariana Grande’s former boyfriend was very loved and appreciated among his peers and many are mourning him.
Singer Charlie Puth just couldn’t believe it when he simply posted: ‘NO NO NO.’
Other stars that responded to the tragedy is simple but respectful ways are Soulja Boy, Amber Rose, Diplo, J. Cole, Jaden Smith and more.
They wrote the usual ‘R.I.P.s’ and ‘I love yous.’
Meanwhile, Post Malone, who just went through a car accident, shared a longer message: ‘God f**king dammit. You were such an incredible person. You changed so many lives. Had so much love in your heart. You inspired me throughout highschool, and I wouldn’t be where I was today without you. Never a more kind and sincere and beautiful person. I f**king love you mac.’
To be noted that there are many other such posts.
The devastated fans and celebs are still flooding the online space with pained messages and tributes. R.I.P., Mac Miller!