Published: Wed, December 11, 2019
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Last Known Video Of Juice WRLD Revealed

Last Known Video Of Juice WRLD Revealed

According to a NBC report, Chicago police said the rapper had suffered a "medical emergency" early Sunday morning while at Midway Airport in Chicago. The 21-year-old trap-singer, Juice WRLD, reportedly passed away early this morning claims multiple reports, and since then, a cascade of performers have come out to commemorate him.

According to law enforcement sources contacted by TMZ, he was "bleeding from the mouth" when paramedics arrived on the scene.

He is understood to have been conscious before being rushed to hospital, where he was declared dead. Beyond speculation, there is no cause of death at this time, but police are investigating.

Billboard magazine said that Juice WRLD signed a contract to Interscope Records in March 2018 following his hits on SoundCloud with his best hit singles "All Girls Are the Same" and Lucid Dreams'.

His second album, "Death Race for Love", debuted at the top of the Billboard charts this year.

Juice WRLD rose to fame in 2018 with his song "Lucid Dreams".

Juice WRLD, a young rapper who previously toured with Nicki Minaj, has died, PEOPLE confirmed.

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The same year, Juice WRLD teamed up with Future and released the mixtape Wrld on Drugs.

Tributes to the rapper have been pouring in on social media, with many writing "RIP Juice Wrld" to pay their respects.

The rapper had only just turned 21 on December 2 before his passing. He was reported to have suffered a medical emergency at the Midway Airport.

In the tune, he said: 'What's the 27 Club? No cause of death has been revealed and an autopsy will be conducted.

The death of Juice WRLD marks another sad moment for hip-hop fans.

Also on Instagram, Drake wrote "I would like to see all the younger talent live longer and I hate waking up hearing another story filled with blessings was cut short". "WE JUST DON'T WANT YOU GONE", wrote one fan today in response to the newly resurfaced tweet. "Love you and God bless your soul". "We ain't making it past 21", Juice Wrld rapped in the song.

Higgins had also collaborated with fellow rappers Travis Scott and Lil Yachty in the past.

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