Mac Miller’s 11 million dollar fortune has finally been divided up – News Live

It’s been just over a year since Mac Miller’s tragic passing.And now his $11 million fortune has finally been tallied and split among his close friends and family The rapper’s full estimated net worth was totaled to about $11.3 million according to the estate documents which included property values and actual cash, TMZ reports While his parents and his brother, Miller McCormick, will be taking a majority of the items, his close friends were listed to receive quite a few of the star’s personal belongings as well Share this article Share 85 shares Before passing, Mac had a trust in which he wrote specific instructions to the close people in his life including leaving his clothes and electronics to friend, Bryan Johnson Meaning his friend will be taking ownership of all of his televisions, his laptop, and iPads Another buddy, Q Chandler-Cuff will snag all of the jewelry which is valued at ‘several tens of thousands of dollars ‘  Dylan Reynolds is set to take all of his instruments and equipment including his $5,000 guitar And finally his last friend Jimmy Murton will take his furniture.That leaves his family with about $5 million dollars in that he had in his bank and brokerage accounts and other items he didn’t put into his trust The Grammy nominated artist passed away last year due to a drug overdose.His drug dealer was just recently arrested for his involvement of his death with reports saying he ‘provided him a lethal dose of spiked drugs ‘ His ex-girlfriend singer Ariana Grande has been vocal about his passing and mourning the loss of her former love Ariana and the late performer dated from about 2016 to 2018 before she went on to date and get engaged to her now ex fiancé Pete Davidson Back in July, the 7 Rings singer was on the cover of Vogue where she opened up about her past love saying:  ‘I was always a person who never went to festivals and never went out and had fun like that But the first time I went was to see Malcolm perform, and it was such an incredible experience I went the second year as well, and I associate, heavily . it was just kind of a mindf**k, processing how much has happened in such a brief period ‘She went on to speak about his addiction and how it ultimately cost them their relationship as she was constantly consumed with worry and anxiety to make sure he was okay ‘People don’t see any of the real stuff that happens, so they are loud about what they think happened,’ she said  ‘They didn’t see the years of work and fighting and trying, or the love and exhaustion ‘ 

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