The 21-year-old "Lucid Dreams" hitmaker died at Chicago's Midway Airport after suffering a seizure early on Sunday, December 8, and the star took to Instagram Live on Tuesday, December 10 to honour his late pal.
"R.I.P. to my brother Juice, man. It's sad to lose another talented artist. That s**t f**ked up. God bless him and his family. Nothing but respect," he said. "He was one of the young n**gas that really could flow, though. He could really rap, freestyle, and go crazy. His work ethic was crazy."
The "Clout" hitmaker went on to tease a new tune, titled "What's Brackin", which he said will "probably" end up on the next Migos album.
"I'm probably gonna put that s**t on Culture III. He's going apes**t on that thing," Offset added.
Meanwhile, a cause of death ruling has been put on hold for Juice, real name Jarad Higgins, as the Cook County Bureau of Administration awaits cardiac pathology, neuropathology, toxicology and histology reports.