Dakota rapper Wiz Khalifa payed tribute to Mac Miller during his show in Pittsburgh. The rapper shared a series of photos of himself and Miller together.
Wiz Khalifa payed tribute to the late rapper Mac Miller in his hometown of Pittsburgh over the weekend. The 31 year-old rapper played his touching song “See You Again” during his set.
The North Dakota rapper shared photos of himself and Miller from early days with his audience at his show.
On Sunday (Jul 21) A Twitter user who goes by the handle @GrantRhoads, posted a video of the emotional tribute Wiz put on to share with his fans.
The video was captioned “@wizkhalifa Unreal RIP Mac” with many fans commenting RIP Mac underneath the post. In the video, someone in the crowd can be heard saying “”I’m gonna cry, bro” during the touching moment.
Wiz Khalifa and Mac Miller had had a close brotherhood even before they both became rappers. While Khalifa began to bubble and Miller was just emerging into the music business, they grew close.
Both rappers were once signed to Rostrum Records released several collaborations with each other which include “High Life” and “Keep Floatin'”.
When Mac began to see mainstream success, he and Wiz toured together for “Under The Influence” tour.