Rapper Mac Miller died two months ago and the autopsy report has finally revealed that he passed away from an accidental overdose.
The new revelation has served as much needed closure for his former girlfriend Ariana Grande, who has struggled to make peace with his death.
Death from Overdose
Sources close to the pop star say that the autopsy has finally given Ariana the answers she needed. And now she can finally close the tragic chapter and move on with her life.
Mac Miller’s death shocked the singer two months ago, and she had been struggling to overcome the loss ever since. According to her friends, learning the official cause of his passing has finally given her some relief and hopefully she’ll be able to heal much faster now.
The toxicology report revealed by Los Angeles Medical Examiner said that the 26-year-old rapper died due to a ‘mixed drug toxicity’. He was found unconscious in his Studio City, California home on September 7.
The report also disclosed that Mac Miller had taken a lethal combination of cocaine, ethanol and fentanyl which eventually resulted in his death.
Finally Getting Some Closure
Family sources revealed that Ariana Grande has been in therapy ever since she found out about Mac Miller’s passin. She had been trying to cope with the unfortunate loss. The God Is A Woman singer had even hinted towards the rapper’s addiction last April. She said that it was one of the biggest reason behind their breakup.
Ariana Grande has mourned the loss of her former lover both publicly and privately. In one heartfelt Instagram tribute, she said that she has loved Miller since she was 19 and couldn’t come to terms with the fact that he was suddenly gone. She called the late rapper her ‘dearest friend’ who was always kind and gentle to others.
The 25-year-old singer recently separated from fiancé Pete Davidson. Fans are even speculating that Miller’s death had influenced her decision to call off the wedding. Grande also talks about the deceased rapper, along with the rest of her exes, in her new song ‘Thank U, Next’. In the track she sings, “Wish I could say, ‘Thank you’ to Malcolm, ‘cause he was an angel.”
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