Pittsburgh rapper Mac Miller has collaborated on a song with a fan from his home town who is suffering from T-cell Lymphoma Cancer. 18 year old Bobby Stewart was brought the opportunity to make music with Mac through the Make a Wish Foundation (that mac donated $50,000 to by the way). Mac met Bobby back in December when he donated the nice lump sum to the Make A Wish Foundation. Mac then later met up with Bobby at ID labs to cut a collaborative track (this is so refreshing to hear about).

 

"To be with Mac is a blessing, he's lyrically amazing Hip hop is my passion. So to be able to be with Mac Miller, who's a Pittsburgh legend... Wiz Khalifa shout out."

Said Stewart...Mac then added:

 

"Feeling like your music really does something for the world makes it all worth it. From now on, no matter what happens for the rest of my life, no one can take that away from me."

I love to see rappers doing good things for people. I definitely hope this inspires more rappers to do stuff like this. How do you feel about Mac's good deeds? Leave a comment and let us know!

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