US Rapper Juice WRLD Died Today Aged 21 After Seizure At Airport

Authorities have confirmed that Rapper, Juice Wrld (real name Jarad Anthony Higgins) died earlier today, the young star was only 21 years of age. His death came after having a seizure at Chicago’s Midway airport on Sunday morning.

Juice Wrld reportedly suffered a seizure after disembarking from a private jet and was seen bleeding from the mouth, according to police comments to press. The rapper was rushed to a hospital, still conscious. However was later pronounced dead at the hospital, police and fire officials reported.

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While he may only have been 21, he grew a name for himself and worked with icons such as Lil Uzi Vert, Future, Young Thug, Lil Wayne, Gunna, Nicki Minaj, Trippie Redd, Halsey, Elle Goulding, benny Blanco and many more. Among his releases were hit songs such as “Bandit”, “Lucid Dreams”, “All Girls Are The Same” and he also penned three albums including the recently released “Death Race For Love Album”.

His songs have collected more than 2 billion streams and at the time of writing his Spotify shows more than 27 million monthly listeners. Juice Wrld released a new freestyle on Friday called “Let Me Know (I Wonder Why)” via his label, Interscope.

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