Mac Miller Leaves Majority of Fortune to His Parents in Will
Despite Mac Miller's untimely death, the rapper had the foresight to put together a will years before his passing. A little over a week following his death, the details of the Pittsburgh rapper's last will and testament have been revealed and show that Mac left most of his fortune to his parents.
The documents, obtained by The Blast, show that Mac initially filled out his will in 2013 and set up a trust. In the will, his parents are named as the trustees. Lawyer, David Byrnes, was appointed to serve as administrator of the estate. Mac's brother, Miller McCormick, is also named as a secondary administrator. No children or spouse were named in the documentation. The amount of money in the trust is listed as "unknown."
Mac died of an apparent overdose on Sept. 7 at the age of 26, after he was discovered unresponsive in his Los Angeles home. The official cause of death is pending a toxicology report.
Thousands of fans gathered to celebrate Mac's life at a vigil held in Pittsburgh at Blue Side Park earlier this week, which featured a heartfelt speech from Mac's grandmother, Marcia Weiss. "Everybody, he would be so excited, he wished he was here and I wish he was here," Weiss said. "But he loves you all, he loves Pittsburgh and everything you have done for him. Thank you so much for everybody being here. You were wonderful."
A petition has been created to name the park Mac Miller Blue Slide Park in honor of the late hometown hero.
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