Mac Miller Helps Grant Wish For Cancer Patient

blame it on Shake May 16, 2012

Last December, Mac donated $50k to the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Fast forward to yesterday, and the Pittsburgh rapper is still giving back. Granting the wish (the organization’s 13,000th) of 18-year-old Bobby Stewart, an aspiring emcee who suffers from T-cell lymphoma.

“Mac Miller, I really feel his music relates,” said Bobby. “So to be able to work with him and learn from him, it’s a blessing.”

But for Miller, the experience has led to something entirely unexpected: humbleness.

“That’s beyond anything I could’ve ever imagined,” said Miller. “… You can’t really be prepared for people who really get inspired by what you do, and feeling like your music really does something for the world. It makes it all worth it, no matter what.”

Rappers doing good. Always appreciated here at the dopehouse.

In related news, check out a clip of his collaboration with Diamond Supply Co. and Mountain Dew on a limited snapback that will drop May 28th.

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