AceShowbiz - Mac Miller's death due to alleged drug overdose was a huge shock to fellow musicians and fans. The "Swimming" rapper was found lifeless in his San Fernando Valley home on September 7, but it turned out that he showed signs of life at least late on September 6. Mac took to Instagram to post a slew of videos that seemingly revealed premonition of death.
Mac shared videos of a turntable playing "So It Goes", one of his songs off his recent album "Swimming". The song saw him rapping, "Nine lives, never die, f**k a heaven, I'm still gettin' high/ Never mind, did I mention I'm Fine." He continued talking about he hoped things would look up for him now that he's "back in town."
"Well, everybody gather around/ I'm still standing, sit down Woah-oh/ And I know been out (and I know I been out)/ But now I'm back in town (but now I'm back in town)," he rapped. "So I show you the ropes/ So it goes, so it goes, so it goes."
Following his death, it seemed like people put the blame on his ex Ariana Grande, with whom he broke up in May. The negative comments seemingly were too much as the "No Tears Left to Cry" songstress, who is now engaged to "Saturday Night Live" star Pete Davidson, decided to disable her Instagram comments. Ariana has yet to comment on her ex's death.
The breakup seemingly took a toll on Mac as just one week after Ariana confirmed their split, the "Pittsburgh" spitter was involved in a DUI car crash that led him to get arrested. The late rapper crashed his Mercedes G-Wagon into an electrical pole on May 17 before fleeing the scene.
Mac was pronounced death at his home. According to a dispatch call obtained by The Blast, a call was made for an "immediate dispatch" by authorities for a patient in cardiac arrest. He was 26.