AceShowbiz - Death is something that comes to all people in the world. But, obviously, nobody can know exactly when they're going to die. However, there are a lot of cases where people correctly predicted when they would meet their end, and in some cases, right down to the exact time and cause.
Most recent celebrity who did so was Juice WRLD, who died on Sunday, December 8 after suffering a seizure at Midway International Airport in Chicago. This news surely was a surprise to many people, but little did they know, the star apparently predicted his own death on his 2018 track "Legends". He rapped on the song, "What's the 27 club?/ We ain't making it past 21." This brought chills to people, considering that Juice was pronounced dead at 21.
Juice wasn't the only star who seemed to eerily predict his own death. The following celebrities talked about their own deaths, providing what appeared to be uncanny specifics about their own demise.
Aaliyah's death was a violent, untimely tragedy. The singer and actress was only 22 when the small plane she boarded crashed shortly after take-off in the Bahamas, killing her and eight others. Not long before, it appeared Aaliyah had a premonition of sorts in the form of recurring dream.
During an interview she had just a month before the fatal accident, Aaliyah detailed her dream, "It is dark in my favorite dream. Someone is following me. I don't know why, I'm scared. Then, suddenly, I lift off. Far away. How do I feel? As if I am swimming in the air. Free. Nobody can reach me. Nobody can touch me. It's a wonderful feeling."
Besides being an icon within the reggae industry, Bob Marley was also known to his closest friends as someone who possessed some psychic abilities and was considered a prophet by some. The singer, who died at the age of 36, predicted several things to happen, among which was his own death.
Even before he breathed his last breath on May 11, 1981, Bob had always known he was going to die at 36. When he told his friends about that, one of them naturally wondered why he would think such a thing. This prompted Bob to reply, "Jesus also lived until his 36th year."
One of rock's brightest young talents was lost on April 5, 1994, when Kurt Cobain's life ended with an act that investigators later deemed a suicide. The late Nirvana frontman was found lifeless along with a shotgun and a handwritten note at his home in Seattle. Committing suicide isn't something uncommon in this world, but the fact that Kurt accurately predicted that he was going to die of suicide back when he was still a teenager was truly something else.
Being used to people around him taking their own lives, 14-year-old Kurt probably thought his life would end the same way. Thus, he announced to a schoolmate that he would be a superstar musician, get rich and famous, kill himself and go out in a blaze of glory. Kurt nailed all of it.
When Jim Hellwig died of heart attack in 2014, it was probably one of the most eerie deaths in the pro wrestling world. His death left a lot of people heartbroken, for sure, but there were also a few others who couldn't help but muse about the wrestler's final speech on "Monday Night Raw".
Being inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame just a day before his passing, Jim said, "Every man's heart one day beats its final beat. His lungs breathe their final breath. And if what that man did in his life makes the blood pulse through the body of others and makes them believe deeper in something larger than life then his essence, his spirit, will be immortalized. By the story tellers, by the loyalty, by the memory of those who honor him and make him running the man did live forever." Did he know his end was coming?
The world recoiled in shock when John Lennon was shot to death in 1980, but the late The Beatles frontman himself might have been less surprised than everyone else. After all, Lennon had always known that he would not make it to the age 40 and expected that he and his fellow musicians would either die in a plane crash or be shot by "some loony."
But that wasn't all. Lennon apparently had also foreshadowed his demise during the recording session for his comeback album "Double Fantasy". Among the songs that did not make it into the cut was a track entitled "Borrowed Time", which found the British singer rhyming, "Living on borrowed time without a thought for tomorrow."
Lisa 'Left Eyes' Lopes
TLC is one of the most successful girl groups of all time, racking up No. 1 hits and revolutionizing the music industry. Sadly, in April 2002, the group lost an important member, Lisa Lopes a.k.a. Left Eye, to a tragic car accident in Honduras. While the news was indeed shocking to fans, it appeared the late star had already known that the grim reaper was coming to take her life.
Weeks before the tragic car accident, Lisa was actually involved in another car accident that killed a little boy named Bayron Isaul Fuentes Lopez. The fact that the two of them shared similar last name brought chills to Lisa, who believed "the spirit that is haunting her killed the child by mistake."
The rap industry was in mourning when news broke that XXXTentacion was gunned down in a robbery in Broward County, Florida. However, what made his death more eerie than it already was is the fact that the slain rapper appeared to predict that he might "die a tragic death" during what was believed to be one of his last Instagram Lives.
He said during the session, "If worse thing comes to worst, and I f***ing die a tragic death or some s**t and I'm not able to see out my dreams, I at least want to know that the kids perceived my message and were able to make something of themselves and able to take my message and use it and turn it into something positive and to at least have a good life." He also noted he might be a "sacrifice," before adding, "I just wanted to say I appreciate and love all of you and believe you all."
Tupac Shakur, one of the greatest rappers of all time, met his demise early at the age of 25. He was tragically shot and murdered during a drive-by shooting in Las Vegas back in 1996, with a lot of people mourning his passing. Up until this day, his death is still shrouded in mystery, though many are convinced that Tupac had seen his death coming.
Months before the tragedy, Tupac was featured on Richie Rich's "N***as Done Changed", on which he delivered a line, "I been shot and murdered, can tell you how it happened word for word." Moreover, in January 1995, during his last interview, he told reporters, "This is my last interview. If I get killed, I want people to get every drop. I want them to have the real story."