The quantum physicist. The leading equal rights activist. The man who inspired me to choose the path I chose, and become who I am today. The genius, intellect, philosopher. One of the wisest souls I have met. One of the most caring, responsible people I know of. Mac Miller.
why the hell is everyone openly mourning this death so much? As much as I hate to say it, the world is probably better off without people like him. Influencing millions of teenagers to smoke crack cocaine, listen to rap music, blast their parents income on streetwear, and just look and act like overall devoid-of-culture, moronic douchebags.
Why do people see him as some influential figure? He's literally a rapper, someone who's accomplished nothing. No academic prowess. No intellectual gifts. No contributions to humanity. Just another crackhead mumbling incoherent talk into a mic, next to a massive pile of coke.
Read the headlines; he died of a god damn overdose. Drugs. The guy was probably popping pill after pill like a complete moron ... I don't feel bad for him. The only people I sympathize for are the children and teenagers who saw someone like him as a hero and inspiring figure. but these are the same people getting into drugs, into crime, teen sex, disrespecting elders, falling into shitty subcultures, instead of just staying on the golden path - good grades, good extracurriculars, maintain a good personality and attitude, be respectful to your elders, teachers, parents, get in a good college, get a decent job, and enjoy life.
Why do people choose to veer off into some unknown path that yield only specious gains (unhealthy fame, health detriments)? Are they just too retarded, or is it the millenial/liberal/feminist/equality/gay-rights/hip hop/democrat culture of the 21st century that has screwed up so many potential bright minds?