Los Angeles.- Rapper Mac Miller, a former boyfriend of pop stars Ariana Grande, died of cocaine overdose and strong fentanylopioid, a Marine Observatory in Los Angeles said yesterday.
Miller, 26, whose real name was Malcolm McCormick, was unconscious at home in Los Angeles on September 7. After the post-mortem stroke, my husband emphasized that her death had happened accidentally.
The musician had spoken openly in his interviews and chapters about his drug addiction and worked with Grande for two years before he separated earlier this year.
The entertainment world thought that the rapper's death had been one of the factors for Grande and his new boyfriend, Pete Davidson, who was a comedian on Saturday night, whose commitment in June for less than two months had come to a mood in celebrity media.
Grande released on Saturday a new single called "Thanks U, Next," in which she sings with Davidson and Miller.
On a Saturday evening live show on the weekend, 24-year-old Davidson made his first public statement.
"I know some of you are interested in breaking down, but the truth is that no one is business, sometimes things do not work, and that's a great thing." He is a wonderful person, and I really wish him all the happiness of the world. "