Juice Wrld known for his emo-rap music died after suffering a seizure shortly after landing at the airport in Chicago.


While many might not know him, but the superstar had a heck of goodwill messages about him from fans all over the world and the sad thing is man predicted he would die at 21.

But what really killed Juice Wrld?

An autopsy is still being conducted but many of his fans are suspecting that a drug overdose will be determined as his cause of death.

The late 21-year-old reportedly consumed several pills on the flight to Chicago and it would appear as though he did so to avoid getting in trouble with the police.

Yet, law enforcement sources are stating that, in an attempt to hide the drugs he had onboard the private jet, Juice WRLD swallowed a bunch of Percocet pills.

According to sources, the plane’s pilot alerted authorities that the rapper was flying with guns and drugs on board and the police were already stationed to search the aircraft when they landed.

Juice WRLD reportedly took a bunch of pills sometime between the plane landing and the search by the feds. The pills may have contributed to the artist’s seizure. That will only be confirmed when the autopsy results are issued.

Paramedics reportedly spent forty minutes tending to Juice‘s health before transporting him to the hospital, where he was pronounced dead.

But guy, if you’re one who listens to a lot of Juice Wrld‘s music, the young OG knew his death was coming. In one of the tracks, Juice Wrld predicted his death while rapping on one of his songs, Legends.

“What’s the 27 Club? / We ain’t making it past 21”. “They tell me I’m-a be a legend / I don’t want that title now / ‘Cause all the legends seem to die out / What the f**k is this about?”

And that’s the thing about life. Words are so powerful, the same mouth you used in declaring positivity shouldn’t be the same one used in predicting your death, Fam!

Dagrin did it, the man died in unforeseen circumstances, Xxxtentacion also predicted his own death too in an Instagram live video where he talked about what he wanted his legacy to be after he died.

The next few months, he was murdered.


Guys, that’s a lesson we all should imbibe.

Wake up every morning declaring good things to yourself and how you want your life to turn out.


Situations might not be encouraging but there’s this energy in declaring.