How Rising rapper Juice Wrld predicted his death

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American rapper, singer and songwriter Jarad Anthony Higgins, popularly known as Juice Wrld, died on Sunday at the age of 21, and it seems he had predicted his death.

In his 2018 release track Legends, the singer allegdly predicted that he would not make it past the age of 21.

He hinted: “What’s the 27 club? We ain’t making it past 21.”

In the song, which is a tribute to late rappers XXXTentacion and Lil Peep, he raps about not wanting to be called a ‘legend’ because legends die young.

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“They tell me I’m be legend, I don’t want that title now because all the legends seem to die out.”

The rapper reportedly died in hospital after suffering a seizure at Chicago’s Midway airport.

He died days after turning 21 and had planned to celebrate his milestone birthday all week.

He reportedly became sick at the airport and was rushed to the hospital, where he passed away.

The star’s cause of death is yet to be establihsed, given an autopsy will be conducted by the Cook County Medical Examiner on Monday.

Here is the full video of the song:

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