Rapper Mac Miller's Cause Of Death Revealed

More details about rapper Mac Miller's untimely passing have been revealed.

On Monday, Nov. 5, 2018, the Los Angeles County Department of Medical Examiner-Coroner revealed the "My Favorite Part" rapper's cause of death, E! News reports. According to the office's report, he died from "mixed drug toxicity." Citing fentanyl, cocaine, and ethanol, the office has determined that Miller's death was an accident.

As Nicki Swift previously reported, Miller, whose real name was Malcolm McCormick, tragically died of an apparent overdose in his San Fernando Valley, Calif. home on Sept. 7, 2018. He was just 26 years old. Highlighting the impact he's left on the entertainment industry, a number of fans and celebs quickly took to social media to mourn the loss.

Meanwhile, some of the biggest names in music performed at the "Mac Miller: A Celebration of Life" event in Los Angeles on Wednesday, Oct. 31, including the likes of John Mayer, Chance the Rapper, Travis Scott, and Ty Dolla $ign. In addition to paying tribute to Miller, the star-studded benefit concert raised money for the newly launched Mac Miller Circles Fund, which is based in the late rapper's hometown of Pittsburgh, Penn. According to its website, the organization aims to "provide programming, resources and opportunities to youth from underserved communities, helping them recognize their full potential through exploration in the arts and community building."

For her part, Ariana Grande, who called it quits with Miller in May 2018, has also honored her late ex multiple times on social media over the last two months, and even commemorated his memory in song over the weekend. On Saturday, Nov. 3, the 25-year-old pop star referenced a number of her exes, including Miller and her ex-fiancé, comedian Pete Davidson, in her new single, "Thank U, Next." While expressing gratitude for the lessons she's learned from each of her highly publicized romances, Grande sang on the track, "Even almost got married / And for Pete, I'm so thankful / Wish I could say, 'Thank you' to Malcolm / 'Cause he was an angel ... I'm so f**kin' grateful for my ex / Thank you, next."

Our thoughts remain with Miller's loved ones during this difficult time.

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