• Fans remember the late rapper Mac Miller on his 29th birthday
  • Miller died on Sept. 7, 2018 from accidental overdose
  • Authorities learned oxycodone pill was spiked with fentanyl, cocaine and Xanax

More than two years since the untimely death of Mac Miller, the rapper's fans continue to celebrate him and his music.

Miller, whose real name was Malcolm James McCormick, was only 26 when the authorities found his unresponsive body Sept. 7, 2018 in his home in Studio City, California. Although the rapper’s death had been certified as “accidental,” it was eventually determined that he died from an overdose of fentanyl, cocaine and alcohol, NBC News reported.

If Miller was alive, he would’ve turned 29 today. As a tribute to the late hip-hop artist, his fans stormed Twitter with greetings and his throwback snaps.

Mac Miller
Mac Miller’s net worth has been leaked by court documents. Pictured: The late rapper performing on Camp Stage during day 1 of Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival 2017 at Exposition Park in Los Angeles on Oct. 28, 2017. Kevin Winter/Getty Images

“Today is Mac Miller’s birthday,” one supporter tweeted. “He would’ve turned 29 years old today. #HappyBirthdayMacMiller.”

“Mac Miller would’ve been 29 today. Thank you so much for all your music and positivity,” another fan tweeted.

“You’ve changed so many lives,” the tweet continued. “Rest in paradise, Mac.”

As one more tribute to Miller, Rap Religion started a thread asking the rapper’s fans of their favorite Mac Miller song.

“In remembrance of Mac Miller, what’s your favorite song by him?” the tweet asked.

The tweet received multiple responses sharing their favorite Miller song. Some of them included "We" (with CeeLo Green), “The Question,” “Nikes On My Feet” and “Desperado.”

A few of them confessed that they had a hard time choosing which song because “all of them” were good.

In a separate tweet, one fan featured Miller’s posthumous achievement —the release of “Circle.” According to the tweet, Miller’s “Circle” received positive reviews from critics and fans.

Moreover, the album debuted in the 3rd spot in Billboard’s top 200 songs.

Miller had always been open to his struggles, especially with drug addiction. In fact, his genuineness was one of the traits his fans loved about him.

“I really have respect for him because of how open he was about drug [addiction],” one fan said. “He will be forever in our hearts.”

Over a year ago, Los Angeles prosecutors reportedly said that the rapper thought that the pills sold to him were oxycodone, a pain reliever. However, the medications reportedly had fentanyl in them, according to BBC News. Not only did the counterfeit pills contained fentanyl, but the pills reportedly had cocaine and Xanax.