According to reports, Mac Miller’s financial assets are going to his mother and father. Although Mac was only 26-years-old when he died from an overdose, he set up a trust in 2013 and created a will at the time – reports The Blast.
Mark and Karen McCormack are the beneficiaries, while the attorney-at-law, David Byrnes, is the administrator overseeing the deal. While it’s possible that multiple people are a part of the will, Miller’s parents will get the biggest piece of the pie.
In case of the attorney, Byrnes, not being able to complete his duty, Miller, Mac’s brother, will be the one to deliberate. Following the death of the ex-boyfriend of Ariana Grande, his parents released a statement online.
They wrote that “Mac Miller passed away at the age of 26.” His death shocked the hip-hop world and the music scene. After the news of his passing, Ariana posted a tribute to Mac on her Instagram page with the comments disabled due to the onslaught of negative comments she received.
Reportedly, fans online accused Ariana of being indirectly responsible for his death, after they broke up back in May of this year, and Mac got into a car accident when he crashed into a utility pole and fled the scene of the crime.
The theory is that Mac, who was charged with driving under the influence, was depressed because he couldn’t go anywhere, and was also coping with his recent breakup with Ariana.
As a way of dealing with his pain, he turned to drugs, as he already was dealing with substance abuse issues. In the past, Mac admitted that he liked syrup and lean, a concoction where a user mixes soda and codeine together.