Since the untimely passing of hip-hop's beloved star Mac Miller, fans and loved ones have done everything imaginable to honor his legacy and remember how he lived, instead of focusing on the dark times. After waging a one-sided war with ex-girlfriend Ariana Grande and alluding that she was, in some sick way, "milking" his death for personal gain, fans got some jaw-dropping news about the GO:OD AM emcee this past Tuesday (Nov. 27).
If you're a die-hard fan of the Pittsburgh native, then you're aware of the countless pseudonyms (Delusional Thomas, Easy Mac) the rapper went by over the course of his career. He released a beautiful jazz album under the moniker Larry Lovestein and his producer tag was Larry Fisherman.
The mysterious account was dedicated solely to vaping, and Mac went by Lars, presumably short for his classic alter ego. The account was incredibly short lived, lasting only four days with 10 posts, spanning from July 2, 2017, until July 6, 2017.
Though many are still heartbroken over the sudden loss of such a young legend, this hidden gem brought a smile to many upon discovery. In the great words of Lars himself, "Float on bros."
We miss you, Mac.
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