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Wiz Khalifa Pays Tribute To Mac Miller In His Hometown

By Chad Weiser

Wiz Khalifa got the water works flowing over the weekend at his concert when he paid tribute to his late friend, Mac Miller, in their hometown of Pittsburgh.

The "Black and Yellow" rapper performed recently at the Key Bank Pavillion and showed a photo of him and Mac on the big screen while playing his hit song "When I See You."

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The video was posted to social media and started making the rounds. Fans in attendance were clearly caught up in emotional tribute, with one person proclaiming, " I'm gonna cry bro."

Wiz can be seen staring up in the sky while singing the words to the popular track.


Wiz, real name Cameron Jibril Thomaz, goes way back with Mac. The two of them both grew up in Pittsburgh and attended the same high school.

The rappers were really good friends and had collaborated on tracks "Cruise Control" and "Goin Places."

They even teamed up on a very successful tour in 2012 together, "Under the Influence."


Mac Miller’s death in September 2018 was the result of an accidental overdose, according to a toxicology report released by the L.A. County Coroners Office.

Fentanyl, cocaine and alcohol were found in Miller’s system. The combination of the drugs, which were described as "recreational," caused the rapper’s death.

Mac's death came at the critical apex of his career with his latest album "Swimming" about to be released, which has widely been considered to be his best work.

Mac was 26-years-old.

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