Mac Miller overdose: his dealer claims not to know what was in the pills that killed him

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The world of hip-hop was shaken in early September 2018, by the death of rapper Mac Miller at just 26 years of age following an overdose. More than three years after this disappearance which still resonates like a blow with the hammer for the fans of the rapper, his principal dealer affirms not to know the contents of the pills which took the rapper during his appearance in court.

Two of three men plead guilty after Mac Miller death 

Fans of rapper Malcolm James McCormick are still not healed from the great wound caused by the disappearance of their idol. Investigations revealed that the deadly pills that killed Mac contained fentanyl. Suppliers of the pills have since been identified and their legal proceedings have begun. In fact, in early November, two of the three suppliers involved, Ryan Michael Reavis and Stephen Andrew Walter, had pleaded guilty to charges of distributing fentanyl. But the third supplier, Cameron James Pettit, who was the one who sold the “blue” pills directly to Mac Miller, still has his case pending.

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In a court hearing on Tuesday, Stephen Andrew Walter claimed he was unaware the pills contained fentanyl , although prosecutors disagreed: “I was charged with selling blue pills, little blue counterfeit oxycontin pills… and didn’t know what was in them. I didn’t know, for example, that there was fentanyl in it. But I say, yes, that I aided and encouraged the transaction. I’ve never met [Miller] before. I only spoke to Cameron [James Pettit]. I didn’t know what his intentions were with the pills. After seeing Ryan Reavis I didn’t know what to do with it, ”he said.

According to the allegations, Walter passed the pills to Ryan Michael Reavis , who then supplied them to Cameron James Pettit for sale to Mac. When asked if he wanted to change his initial not guilty plea to guilty, Reavis confirmed, “  Yes, thank you . Indeed, Pettit had made a deal with Mac that he would sell her cocaine, xanax and 10 oxycodone pills , which were the ones filled with fentanyl. However, the rapper died two days after the purchase.  

For information, the conviction of Walter and Reavis takes place respectively on March 7, 2022 and April 4, 2022 . They face a maximum of 20 years in prison , life on probation and a fine of $ 1 million. Note that the fate of the main supplier Pettit has not yet been determined.

Mac Miller’s career summed up in five titles

Miller started rapping at age 14 and built up a huge following before signing with Pittsburgh rapper Wiz Khalifa’s label. Miller has released five studio albums and a series of mixtapes during his career. His last album, “Swimming”, was released on Warner Records just a month before his death. He was due to embark on a gigantic tour at the end of the month. On Thursday, the day before his death, he tweeted,  “I just want to go on tour. », But he will unfortunately be cut down by death.

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