Mac Miller’s will reveals who his fortune will go to


Mac Miller

Mac Miller’s will reveals who his fortune will go to

The will of late American rapper, Mac Miller who died of an apparent overdose has been revealed.

The rapper who died on September 7, at the age of 26, set up a trust in 2013 and executed a will at that time, according to The Blast.

The legal documents filed in 2013 state that the rapper left all his belongings to his mother, Karen Meyer,father, Mark McCormick and brother, Miller McCormick.

The outlet also reports that he listed his lawyer, David Byrnes, as the trustee who will remain in charge of his estate. However, if the lawyer is unable to maintain his duties, the responsibility will be passed to his brother, Miller.

The “Knock Knock” rapper whose real name was Malcolm James McCormick, did not list how much his estate was worth in his will.

Miller was notably linked to Ariana Grande was found unconscious at his home in the San Fernando Valley outside Los Angeles at around mid-day on Friday, September 7, 2018. He was pronounced dead at the scene by paramedics.