Mac Miller's New Video Is Dedicated To His Dog

The rapper drops a visual for 'Diablo,' from his Faces mixtape.

Mac Miller just dropped a three-and-a-half minute video for "Diablo," but he says it's only a teaser. So what does that mean for the real video? Well, if this is any indication, it'll be dedicated to his dog, Ralphie.

"For Ralphie" flashes across the screen at the end of the Rex Arrow-directed visuals, off of his Faces mixtape. Back in July, Mac told MTV News that the dog had gone missing.

“Lauren is still out here and Ralph is still alive with some crazy lady who thinks she can take care of my dog better than me,” he said. “As a man, for my son, I went back to a meeting and came back and homey was gone. I can start knocking down doors, but it’s like someone loves him and if he comes back, he’ll come back.”

Though he sounded hopeful that he'd get him back at the time, maybe he's not as optimistic now; the chorus is a repetition of the phrase, "Everybody got dead homies."

There are also bright moments, though, as the Pittsburgh native and dozens of friends take to the streets of Los Angeles for a day of, well, all sorts of stuff. There's a bunch of standing around, yeah. But there are also shots of the Mac holding a bouquet of flowers, a cupcake, sitting atop a food truck and rocking a sailor hat.

Come home, Ralphie.