The end of the year is often a time to reflect on what happened in the last 12 months and death of Mac Miller in September was definitely one of the most shocking moments in 2018. People still reflect on the tragic passing, including the singer John Mayer who recently opened up a chance to join a magazine tribute dedicated to late rapper.
Mayer explained on Instagram Friday night (December 28). Placing an image of Mac into its timeline, he went into detail in the caption.
"Several weeks ago, I was sent an email asking if I wanted to attend a Mac Miller tribute for a magazine as part of a year-end," Mayer begins. "I passed on it, not because I didn't want to talk more about him, but because I couldn't, I had shared all the memories I had about him in a short time to get to know each other."
Mayer continued adding that he wished he had become better acquainted with the Pittsburgh rapper during his time on earth and the fact that he was not saddened to him.
"I replied to the email and sat in silence for a few minutes," he continues. "That day I discovered a new dimension to the sadness of his passing – I wasn't upset because I knew him well. I was upset because I didn't. I wish I had more to tell you about Mac Miller. a couple of beautiful mental photographs that I will keep with me for the rest of my life. "
Months after Mac's unmanned death, and people still face the situation. Fans of the rapper recently received some good news last month when it revealed Macs swimming the album was nominated for a 2019 Grammy for best rap album.
Check out Mayer's post about not joining Mac Miller tribute below.
See pictures of Mac Miller's different look throughout the year