Juice Wrld death conspiracies:

Abby McCarey, Staff Reporter

As people around the world mourn the death of Chicago born rapper, Juice Wrld, more and more conspiracies come to the surface. He had died of a seizure, but people have pointed out messages in his music that are making others question if this is actually true. In a song called “Legends” that was written in tribute to rappers Xxxtentacion and Lil Peep one of the lines says, “What’s the 27 club? We ain’t making it past 21.” Juice had died at age 21. Another thing is on April 24, 2017 he had tweeted saying, “My goal is to get overly famous, shine for a couple years…then fake my death.” This has sparked a lot of questions. Could he still be alive? Where could he have possibly gone, and why would he fake his death if he was becoming so overly successful? In one of his songs titled, “All Girls Are The Same” he sings “I’m a jealous boy I really feel like John Lennon.” John Lennon died on December 8th the same day as Juice Wrld. Someone had pointed out that his private plane had never actually went to Chicago and had landed in the Bahamas instead. Another person also claims to have called the hospital that Juice was admitted to and they said nobody with the name Jarad Anthony Higgins was admitted. Could he really be faking his death?