Rapper Juice Wrld died yesterday after a “medical emergency” at a private hanger at Midway International Airport in Chicago. He was only 21.
Juice’s flight landed early yesterday morning, and after deplaning, witnesses say he had a seizure while walking through the airport.
Law enforcement sources say he was bleeding from the mouth when paramedics got on scene.
He was still conscious when he was transported to a local hospital, but he was pronounced dead a short time later. The cause of death is unclear at this time.
One of the songs on Juice's "Too Soon" EP was called "Legends" and in the song, he raps, "What's the 27 club? We ain't making it past 21.” The song and EP were released on June 19, 2018 the day after XXXTentacion was murdered in South Florida, but eerily fitting for his own tragic death.
Also, TMZ is reporting that the private jet Juice WRLD flew on to Chicago was loaded down with 70 pounds of marijuana ... and cops say people on the plane told them the rapper had popped several pills prior to suffering seizures.
The FBI confiscated the huge stash of weed from several suitcases that were on board the flight.
Several members of Juice's team aboard the flight told them Juice had taken "several unknown pills" prior to the seizures.
Further, TMZ reported that one of Juice's associates told authorities the rapper has a Percocet problem.
Law enforcement sources also say a bottle of codeine cough syrup was found on the plane.
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