Ariana Grande Isn't To Blame For Mac Miller's Death, His Friend Says

"He was the sweetest guy he was so nice. We were both internet music kids

Mac Miller's untimely death at 26 last week has ushered in a torrent of support, love, and memorializing from his peers in the music world and beyond.

The rapper and producer, who previously dated singer Ariana Grande, is thought to have died of an apparent overdose, however no suspicious substances were found in his home.

Though it's now unclear when that will happen, the Dang! star was raised in the Jewish faith, where it is preferred to have burial take place in as short an interval of time after death as possible.

In the meantime, a deferred death certificate will allow Miller's family to move forward with burial or cremation. An official cause of death cannot be announced until all lab tests are released, which could take weeks.

Investigators have released Mac Miller's body to his family.

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A friend is said to have found Mac unresponsive at his home in San Fernando valley on Friday morning and immediately called emergency services.

Weeks after they split, Miller was in a auto accident and charged with a DUI. The case has since been dropped.

Miller's struggle with sobriety was no secret. "Drugs are unsafe, dude". "Just unsafe. Drugs are not like a new thing".

He added in 2015: "I had a drug problem for a long time". I'm not doing as many drugs. Do I wish that every single thing I did when I was 19 wasn't a discussion? Following almost a full tracking week after his death, it's expected that Miller's catalog of songs and albums could impact Billboard's charts next week (dated September 22, reflecting the sales and streaming tracking week of September 7-13). He was slated to go on tour in October.

He was known for being willing to tackle topics many would find taboo, such as mental health issues.

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