Three 6 Mafia’s Juicy J wished he could go back and try to help Mac Miller, who died of a drug overdose in September 2018.
Ariana Grande honored her late ex-boyfriend Mac Miller in the deluxe edition of her debut album “Yours Truly.”
The “WHAT’S POPPIN” artist claimed he was the second best white rapper behind Eminem last week as part of his new song “They Don’t Love It.”
Demi Lovato, who has struggled with substance abuse, revealed she felt guilty after the death of her friend Mac Miller.
Mac Miller will be getting a huge mural on a recording studio where he recorded some of his earliest recordings. Read more!
Stephen Walter was sentenced to more than 17 years in prison for supplying the drugs involved in the fatal overdose of Mac Miller.
Ryan Michael Reavis was sentenced to 131 months in prison for dealing fentanyl-laced pills that led to the death of Mac Miller.
Stephen Andrew Walter said he didn’t know the deadly pills sold to Mac Miller were laced with fentanyl at a court hearing on Tuesday.
A second man has agreed to plead guilty in a drug case involving fentanyl-laced pills, which caused Mac Miller’s death in 2018.
The drug dealer who supplied Mac Miller with the fentanyl-laced pills that led to his death pleaded guilty on Monday.
One of the men sitting in prison for allegedly selling Mac Miller counterfeit pills which caused his death, was trying to get out of prison to go to his grandfather’s funeral!
Mac Miller’s acclaimed mixtape ‘Faces,’ which originally dropped in 2014, will be available on streaming services for the first time in October.
The three musicians came together for an 11-track studio LP.
The supergroup’s new track features the late Mac Miller.
The journey for justice for three men accused of providing Mac Miller with tainted drugs is finally going to happen later this year.
Mac Miller’s estate is slamming an author who’s planning to release an unauthorized biography on the late rapper.
Mac Miller’s estate has revealed a new 320-page book dedicated to the rapper is on the way.
Tragically, Mac Miller died on this date two years ago.
President Trump revealed how many rappers have named checked him in songs.
A trio of suspects accused of being involved in a drug ring that delivered a fatal dose of fentanyl to Mac Miller will stand trial in 2021.