A new video has been revealed with Juice WRLD that appears in a very good mood just a few hours before dying today. Page Six reported that Jarad A. Higgins, also known as Juice WRLD, could be seen having fun with friends on a private plane traveling to Chicago's Midway Airport in the early hours of Sunday morning.
DJ Akademiks posted a video of the star in a tweet that you can see below:
This was Juice Wrld when he got on the plane that took him to Chicago last night. He was in a good mood and seemed happy. pic.twitter.com/JBsuybaC9O
– DJ Akademiks (@Akademiks) December 8, 2019
As previously reported, Jarad suffered a cardiac arrest shortly before 2:00 a.m. at the Chicago airport and later he was rushed to the hospital. Authorities and medical professionals announced that he had died shortly after.
The Chicago Tribune reported that the rapper had suffered a seizure and was bleeding from his mouth. Currently, it is not known exactly how he died, but an autopsy is scheduled for Monday, says the Cook County medical office.
Police confirmed that there was no suspicious behavior or suspicion of foul play, and the other passengers have been cooperating with the investigation. His girlfriend, Ally Lotti, was also on the same private plane, and she posted a video of her IG story on Saturday night.
In a Twitter post earlier this week, Ally celebrated the singer's 21st birthday, stating that it was her second birthday with her and that she was grateful to be with him. "There is no soul that can match your energy, illy‘ without end, "he wrote.
Since Juice WRLD passed away, there has been a lot of support and messages from other members of the hip-hop community, including people outside her, such as Jeffrey Star and Ellie Goulding.
Hip-hop fans know that this is the third big rising star in the community that has died in the last two years, after the tragic and unexpected death of Mac Miller last year in September, Lil & # 39; Peep in the previous year, 2017, and also XXXTentacion, who was shot dead outside a motorcycle store in 2018.
Both Lil & # 39; Peep and Mac Miller died of lethal drug combinations, including the impetus for the opioid crisis, fentanyl.