Mac Miller would have turned 27 on Saturday, Jan. 19, and Ariana Grande remembered the date with a message on social media.

Check out her post below.

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On Sept. 7, 2018 Miller passed away from a drug overdose. The rapper and Grande had ended their relationship a few months prior to his death, but the singer kept talking about him lovingly after the breakup.

At the time of his death, she paid homage by sharing a touching black and white photo of Miller, sans caption, on Instagram. A week after the tragedy, Grande shared a heartfelt home video of Miller on Instagram with a tear-jerking caption.

“I adored you from the day I met you when I was 19 and I always will,” Grande says. “I can’t believe you aren’t here anymore.”

The singer also mentions her ex on her no. 1 single "thank u, next". "Wish I could say thank you to Malcom/'Cause he was an angel," Grande sings in the first verse.

Now, she's using to Twitter to remember Miller's birthday. The rapper would have turned 27 this Saturday, and the pop star marked the date with a simple message.

Mac Miller’s death

Back in November, it was reported that Mac Miller’s cause of death was ruled an accidental overdose. The late rapper’s cause of death came out after the L.A. County Coroner’s Office issued a toxicology report.

In the report, it was found that Miller had fentanyl, cocaine and alcohol mixed in his system, and as reported by Rolling Stone and Pitchfork, the mix of these substances caused the rapper’s untimely death at the young age of 26.

Upon hearing the news of the late rapper’s passing, many artists have come forward to offer their condolences to his family, friends and fans. Of those musicians, Ariana Grande wrote a heartfelt tribute, and Lil Xan expressed a desire to get sober.

Before his unexpected passing, the artist recorded two singles for a new Spotify session called Spotify Singles. The two-song EP was officially released back in November with a slowed down, version of his track “Dunno” from 2018’s Swimming.

In addition to the Swimming track, Miller also decided to do a cover of Billy Preston’s 1974 song, “Nothing From Nothing.”

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