West Coast rap artist Anderson .Paak isn’t here for the disrespect. The hip-hop entertainer has come forward to call out fellow musician GoldLink for putting out a controversial message dedicated to late rapper Mac Miller.
On Wednesday, .Paak lit up his Instagram page with direct words aimed at GoldLink.
Last night, GoldLink went to Instagram with his controversial Miller post.
In November 2018, reports claimed an accidental overdose on September 7 at Miller’s Studio City home in California ultimately killed him.
According to the Los Angeles County Department of Medical Examiner-Coroner, Miller, 26, passed away from “mixed drug toxicity,” that included “fentanyl, cocaine and ethanol.” “The manner of death was certified as an accident,” a spokesperson for the medical examiner told Radar in a statement. (RadarOnline)
In September 2018, Houston rapper Travis Scott shared a Mac Miller-inspired freestyle during a Las Vegas concert.
“It’s the superstar boy, Malcolm that’s my boy/Mac Miller I love you, always be my boy/From that 412, yeah/From that 41210, yeah/It’s that superstar boy, superstar boy/Mac Miller you the one, we love you f*cking boy/That’s my motherf*cking n*gga/Mac motherf*cking Miller”