They tell me I'mma be a legend.
According to TMZ, law enforcement sources are now claiming "people on the plane" told them the rapper "popped several pills" while still on board, prior to suffering seizures inside the terminal.
Shortly after leaving his private plane early Sunday morning, December 8, the 21-year-old rapper succumbed to a seizure in Chicago's Midway Airport.
An autopsy hasn't been performed and no cause of death has been determined, Cook County Medical Examiner's Office spokeswoman Natalia Derevyanny said.
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Swift wrote the song on Sunday and immediately hit the studio to turn it around five days later, according to a statement. The wistful lyrics remain true to Swift and her natural ability to make any song a love song.
The 90s-inspired song, which was produced by RM, featured verses from Juice Wrld alongside the two K-pop stars and reached number one on the Billboard US World Digital Songs chart.
The BENZTOWN AUDIO TRIBUTE to JUICE WRLD was written and voiced by MATT ANDERSON and produced by TOM BAKER.
While he definitely made his mark in the music industry, he without a doubt had a lot more to offer, making yesterday's news even more tragic. He was best known for the hit song "Lucid Dreams" of 2018. Then there was Legends, in which he predicted his demise with troubling accuracy: "What's the 27 Club?"
For artists raised like Juice WRLD in the streaming age, combining genres in that way hardly constitutes an act of rebellion.
Recording artists including Drake, Camila Cabello, Ellie Goulding and rapper Lil Yachty also commemorated the rapper on social media. "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*** is this about?" he raps. He launched his career on Soundcloud, before being signed to a major label and releasing his first studio album, "Goodbye & Good Riddance", in 2018. You changed the world for the new generation love you brother!