RAPPER Juice Wrld, who died suddenly yesterday once revealed that it was his ‘dream’ to fake his own death.
The 21-year-old, who had been open about his battles with drug addiction, suffered a seizure after landing at Chicago’s Midway airport.
Juice Wrld – real name Jarad Higgins -posted a tweet in April 2017 saying: “My goal is to get overly famous, shine for a couple years.. then fake my death.”
Desperate fans have dug up the tweet, clasping to the hope that his death could potentially be fake.
One follower wrote today: “Please Juice. Please don’t make this tweet a reality. We won’t be mad. We just don’t want you gone.”
Another said: “Okay so please tell me this was all fake.”
“For the love of all that is holy I pray to God this is fake and he is really just faking it,” wrote one devastated fan.
According to TMZ, the singer was bleeding from the mouth but was conscious when he was taken away by paramedics.
Sadly, he died in hospital a short time later.
Footage surfaced online of the Travis Scott collaborator’s final moments.
My goal is to get overly famous, shine for a couple years.. then fake my death.
In another clip the 21-year-old can be seen poring over his phone with another friend – both clips were filmed on board the jet he’d been travelling on just hours before his death.
In another chilling clip, the young rapper can be seen lovingly telling fans “I love y’all more than life” at a concert just nine days before his tragic death.
The rapper, who spoke candidly about his prescription drug taking of “lean,” a toxic concoction of cough syrup and soda favoured by the likes of Lil Wayne and opiods Percocet and Xanax once rapped: “What’s the 27 club? We ain’t making it past 21.”
The lyric is from a song written shortly after the deaths of Lil Peep, 21 and XXXTenaction, 20.
Juice Wrld had hits with Lucid Dreams in 2018 and All Girls Are the Same.
His debut album, Goodbye & Good Riddance, reached number four on the Billboard 200 chart but it was his second album, Death Race For Love, which earned him his first number one on the chart.
As well as Travis Scott, Juice Wrld had collaborated with a range of artists including Future and Ellie Goulding. Earlier this year, the rapper replaced Future as the guest act on Nicki Minaj’s European tour which spanned 19 dates.
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