Chicago, IL - Rapper and singer Juice WRLD died on December 8, 2019, at Chicago’s Midway Airport. He was quickly rushed to a nearby hospital, where he was shortly pronounced dead. He had just turned 21 a few days prior.
No one is a hundred percent sure what his cause of death is just yet. He had a seizure and is also thought to have had a heart attack. After his autopsy, a toxicology test was taken, but the results are not in yet. The NY Times said his luggage was searched by law enforcement and 41 bags of marijuana, six bottles of prescription codeine cough syrup, two 9 mm pistols, a .40-caliber pistol, and ammunition were found. It is believed that Juice WRLD swallowed multiple Percocets to hide them from feds at the airport. Nothing is completely confirmed about his cause of death.
Juice WRLD, who’s real name is Jarad Anthony Higgins, was born in Chicago. Juice WRLD became famous from his hit song, “Lucid Dreams.” In 2018, “Lucid Dreams” held the number two spot on the Billboard Hot 100. After his death, the song topped the Apple's Top 100 songs chart. Other hits of his include “Bandit,” “Robbery,” and “All Girls Are The Same.” In his song, “Legends”, JuiceWRLD says, “What's the 27 Club?
We ain't making it past 21.” He died six days after his 21st birthday.
JuiceWRLD left an impact on the music world and many people are affected by his passing.