Mac Miller has left his fortune to his closest friends and family, according to TMZ.

The rapper, who tragically died from an accidental overdose last September, had a large sum of money that still needed to be divided one year after his death. The outlet reports Miller's wealth has been appraised for nearly $11.3 million, which includes money that was in his bank account and his private properties.

A number of Miller's friends will get the majority of his belongings and the rest will go to his mother, father and brother. In legal documents, obtained by TMZ, Miller's buddy Bryan Johnson will get all his clothes and electronics, while another pal named Q Chandler-Cuff is getting over 20 pieces of jewelry worth thousands of dollars.

His childhood friend Dylan Rectenwald will reportedly get the "Self Care" hitmaker's musical gear, which includes a $5,000 guitar and finally, a man named Jimmy Murton will get his family furnishings.

Following his death, Rectenwald shared an emotional tribute on Instagram.

"Sitting here writing this is the hardest thing I have ever done. Malcolm has been my best friend since I was 5 years old," he wrote alongside a series of photos over the years. "He is the most magnetic, loyal, caring, and inspiring person I have ever met. I hope that I was even a fraction of a friend to you that you were to me. Words can’t express how much he means to me. I love you Malcolm. I miss you. I don’t know what life is like without you by my side."

The news comes two weeks after Miller's alleged drug dealer was charged in connection to his death. As previously reported, Cameron James Pettit was arrested for selling Miller counterfeit pills two days before he overdosed.

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