Machine Gun Kelly and Kevin Abstract Remember Mac Miller on First Anniversary of His Death
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While the 'Bad Things' rapper and the Brockhampton frontman offer a lengthy tribute in memory of the 'Self Care' MC, Kehlani and Kid Cudi keep their homages short and sweet.

AceShowbiz - Machine Gun Kelly and BROCKHAMPTON frontman Kevin Abstract are among the stars who paid tribute to the late Mac Miller on the first anniversary of his tragic death.

Mac, real name Malcolm James McCormick, was found dead at his Los Angeles home on September 7, 2018, after accidentally overdosing on a deadly concoction of Xanax, cocaine and fentanyl - a synthetic opioid 50 times stronger than heroin. He was just 26. And marking a year since his passing, stars took to social media to honour the musician, and lament his premature passing.

Rapper Machine Gun Kelly, real name Colson Baker, opened up about plan the pair had to tour together that never came to be, writing: "me and Mac should've did that tour together a couple years ago... the jam sessions on stage would've been epic".

MGK tweets about Mac Miller's death anniversary

Machine Gun Kelly honors Mac Miller's first death anniversary through Twitter.

Meanwhile, Kevin recalled how much Miller inspired him as a musician after he saw him in concert when he was only 14 years old.

"when i was 14 i went to a mac miller concert in houston and he was mad young at the time and i remember leaving being so inspired that s**t kept me going man him & OF in 2010 really inspired me to keep putting s**t out as a teenager," the star penned.

Kevin Abstract tweets about Mac Miller's death anniversary

Kevin Abstract took to Twitter to commemorate Mac Miller's first death anniversary.

Kehlani and Kid Cudi also paid tribute to the "Self Care" star, keeping their messages short and sweet.

"1 YEAR MALCOLM AND EVERYBODY MISSES YOU! we love you!" wrote Kehlani, while the "Day 'N' Nite" star simply added: "Miss u Mac."

Kehlani tweets about Mac Miller's death anniversar

Kehlani joins in paying tribute to Mac Miller's first death anniversary

Kid Cubi tweets about Mac Miller's death anniversar

Kid Cubi also joins in paying tribute to Mac Miller's first death anniversary

One star who was noticeably silent was Mac's ex Ariana Grande, who was absent from social media the entire day. However, the star has spoken openly about her grief following his shock passing in recent months, telling Vogue Magazine dealing with the loss has been "all-consuming".

"He was the best person ever," she added of her ex. "He didn't deserve the demons he had".

The former couple dated for two years before calling it quits in early May 2018.

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