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Malcolm James McCormick, known to his fans and the music industry as Mac Miller, died on Friday at the age of 26, according to TMZ. Miller reportedly died of an apparent drug overdose and was found dead at his home in Studio City, California. His death was confirmed by Variety.
Miller is best known for his 2015 album GO:OD AM and songs like “Weekend” and “Self Care.” He was also featured on Ariana Grande’s “The Way,” which the two collaborated on in 2013. He and Grande dated from 2016 to 2018.
Miller’s new album Swimming was just released on August 3, and he was set to go on tour in October. The last message posted to Miller’s official Twitter account was a tweet on Thursday night that expressed his excitement about kicking off his concert series:
Miller never flinched in writing music about his personal battles with rejection and the music industry, or about his struggles with drug and alcohol addiction. That put a spotlight on the life he led in the public eye. In May, Miller was charged with a DUI after crashing his Mercedes into a power pole.
“I used to rap super openly about really dark shit,” Miller told Vulture in an interview this month, when discussing his early music and its allusions to hard drugs and the theme of dying young. “Because that’s what I was experiencing at the time. That’s fine, that’s good, that’s life. It should be all the emotions.”
According to The Blast, Da Brat has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy after falling $7 million in debt. She reportedly has $108,700.65 in assets and her liabilities total $7,782,249.57.
Included in her liabilities is a $6.4 million judgment to former cheerleader Shayla Stevens, who Da Brat hit in the face with a bottle in a nightclub in 2000. In addition, Da Brat owes $1,255,128 to Sony Music and $12,000 to Ally Bank. She also listed $2,284 in credit card debt, $2,284 owed to the Georgia Department of Revenue, and an unknown amount to the IRS.
She has reportedly made $75,000 so far this year, $106,000 in 2017 and $92,000 in 2016. Her monthly expenses total $10,506.55, but she brings in $9,319, leaving her $1,187 in the negative every month.
The manager of American rapper and actor T.I. has been slapped with a 19 thousand dollar fine for possession of marijuana by Scarborough Magistrate Brian Debideen. Cortez Thomas spent the weekend in the Tobago jail after being charged by the Crown Point police on Sunday 29th July, 2018 who were carrying out a road block exercise outside the Pigeon Point Heritage Park where T.I performed for Tobago’s Great Fete event over the weekend . HE was held with a small container of marijuana which he stated would usually be a USD$75.00 ticket in the US without imprisonment. Tobagonian events coordinator and driver of Thomas, Orlando Phillip was also charged $2000.00 for having marijuana in the vehichle. Thomas stated Trinidad & Tobago is moving too slowly to decriminalize marijuana.
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