Did Juice WRLD fake fake his own death?
Juice WRLD fans are clinging to any shimmer of hope that they can find, as they continue to mourn the young rapper who passed away after suffering a seizure at Chicago’s Midway Airport. According to reports, the rapper swallowed several Percocet pills in an attempt to hide that from law enforcement who was set to search the plane he was on. The “Lucid Dreams” rapper’s death is a hard one to swallow, and some fans are of the notion that he is still alive.
They have cited one of his earlier tweets that saw the rapper planning to fake his own death as evidence that he still lives. The tweets read, “My goal is to get overly famous, shine for a couple years.. then fake my death.”
A handful of his fans clearly do not believe the rapper is dead and have located additional evidence to support their claim, “I know ur still alive because u say u will never make it past 21 and u die at the age of 21 that sh*t to fake and in one of ur songs u say ur a jealous boy relly feel like John Lennon and u died on the same day as him but Different year any way much love.” The legendary Beatle John Lenon was assassinated on December 08, 1980.
It’s quite chilling to think that the artiste seemingly predicted his own death when he rapped “What’s the 27 Club? We ain’t making it past 21.” In another of his earlier tweets, he did confess that he did not want to die too young, adding further fuel that his death is a hoax.
Juice WRLD was rushed to the hospital after he collapsed in the airport, where he was pronounced dead a short time after.