AceShowbiz - Footage of Juice WRLD's final moments has surfaced online after news broke about his sudden passing. In videos taken by one his friends, the rapper appeared to be in good spirits and looked happy while boarding a private jet which took him from Los Angeles to Chicago on late Saturday, December 7 with his friends.
In one of the clips, the "Armed and Dangerous" hitmaker got playful, throwing water on the face of his friend who wore a red jacket and fell asleep during the flight. The second video shows the crew landing at Chicago's Midway airport, moments before he suffered a seizure. He was fully conscious while hanging with one of his friends in the back as they looked at something together, possibly a phone.
Juice suffered a seizure after arriving at Chicago's Midway airport on early Sunday morning. According to witnesses, Juice had seizure while walking through the airport. He was allegedly bleeding from his mouth when paramedics got on scene. He was still conscious when he was rushed to hospital by Chicago Fire, but later pronounced dead at the hospital.
Due to symptoms of his "acute attack" and lack of details about his cause of death, many have speculated that Juice died of possible drug overdose. "It's crazy tho Juice world talked about taking ot of drugs , I wish ppl would understand mixing different type of drugs isn't it," one posted on Twitter. Another tweeted, "RIP juice Wrld too young man. World crazy, drugs even crazier."
The rapper, whose real name was Jarad Anthony Higgins, just celebrated his birthday on December 2. In his last Instagram post last week, the "All Girls Are the Same" lyricist told his online followers, "Yesterday was my actual bday im celebrating all week doe." On Twitter, he called it "one of the best birthdays ever."
His death is mourned by a number of his celebrity friends, including Ellie Goulding who tweeted, "I can't believe it... you were such a sweet soul. I'll always remember meeting you and your family on the video set and thinking how close you were. You had so much further to go, you were just getting started. You'll be missed Juice."
She also shared footage of her with the Chicago-born star while they were working together on their hit collaboration "Hate Me". "We will miss you Juice x," she simply captioned it.