Sunday, December 08, 2019

Rapper Juice Wrld Dead at 21

Rapper Juice Wrld has died after suffering a seizure at Midway airport in Chicago...

According to reports Juice Wrld arrived in Chicago from LAX and was walking through the airport terminal when the seizure began.

Juice was still conscious on his way to the hospital but later pronounced dead.

In an eerie foreshadowing on his song 'Legends' Juice Wrld references the infamous '27 Club' of artists who died at the age 27 where he sings, "What’s the 27 club? We ain’t making it past 21..."

Members of the '27 Club' include blues guitarist Robert Johnson, Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Jim Morrison, Jean Michel Basquiat, Freaky Tah, Fredro Santana, Kurt Kobain, Amy
Winehouse and many others.


LVBoogie73 said...

Never in life heard of him.
Nevertheless, RIP young man.

And they need to stop putting and speaking dumb shit into the universe; it comes back. Words are powerful for all of us.

Anonymous said...

Wow, so sad and shocking! I was just watching his interview with Nardwuar, he seemed like such a sweet kid!
This came outta nowhere, but at least he didn't commit suicide or die by someone else's hands.

Anonymous said...

DRUGS.....these black kids wanna live like "Rock Stars" and mix all kinds of uppers mixed w sedatives & alcohol...and today heroin is cut w the deadly fentanyl...the ol skool term for mixing downers & uppers "speed-ballin".
What ever happened to PSA's????? RIP kid just mafe it to 21..

Nubia Blake said...

Too much syrup and coke, what a shame.

Shananigans said...

Damn this is sad RIP

Anonymous said...

RIP but who?

iketernr said...


Don balee me juh watch said...

That Leen almost took Lil Wayne and Rick Ross out last year. Fredo Santana the rapper died last year and not even age 23. They can’t stop chasing the high. All that money and success wasted.

Anonymous said...


RIP Young man

Anonymous said...

I don't know who the hell he is but it's sad he glorified dying young and now he's dead. These millennials have become so demonic and nihilistic. From that Billy Eilish chick to the Weeknd to these trap emo rappers none of these young people feel like they have much to live for and live life like they have nothing to lose. So sad!

Yes, I'm That Leah said...

This ain't your grandparents drugs... Nowadays, you have to understand that everything you take is laced with fentanayl or percocet. You're speed balling and you don't even know it, or know it, and don't care. These kids really push it to the outer limits. Add that purple drank mess to the mix, and you're done.

Why don't these young people understand that all this mixing confuses the heart and brain? They don't understand that the brain is confused? - Seizure. They really live this low frequency thug lifestyle to the point they embrace a young death like it's a badge of honor! You have to be really broken on the inside ( practically homicidal or suicidal ) to be a part of this culture.

Women and children should not interact with these lost types. They give demons legal rights to their bodies.

Anonymous said...

So you didn't even know Juice Wrld (even though he had/has an extremely popular song-- see above) but you know Billy Ellish?
You don't know who tf he is but you know that he overdosed from drugs even before the fucking coroner?
** Fun fact: He stopped doing lean, percocets and all that hard shit since high school
** He sampled Sting's "Shape of My Heart" from the sound track for The Professional (a classic) for Lucid Dreams
How many of you millennial, judgmental, hypocritical, ex X-popping, head-stuck-in-the-mud, nOw-I-kNoW-beTTeR, 80s babies know that.

If you don't have something nice to say about the newly deceased, DON'T SAY SHIT.

Anonymous said...

@7 50

It doesn't matter if you quit. The damage is done. You can develop and have seizures for the rest of your life.

You can see by the video that he was out there. He probably lied about quitting.

Anonymous said...

R in NYC says:

@ 9:53

You hit that nail on the head!
These youngens think all this partying is just fun and games.
I know people who stopped using drugs and they are now mentally disabled. The damage is real and permenant.
But you can't tell this lost, entitled generation a damn thing. They see it as living their best life until their life is gone.

Anonymous said...

^^^you right about that. My grandad passed from liver disease and hadn't had a drink in over 50 years but was quite the drinker in his early years. Treasure your body folks, it's the only one you got.

Tippie Hippie said...

The Power of Words people should know better nowadays watch what you speak into existence. Very sad.

☛☢Twitter☺Fingers☢☚ said...

The lean and the pills are taking everyone down with them seizures

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