Allhiphop reports rap star Juice Wrld may have died due to pills he took prior to exiting his plane Sunday. The rapper whose real name is, Jared Higgins, was only 21 years old and was well on his way to making a major impact on the music world when he died. Billboard magazine profiled the rising rap star the same month he inked a deal with Interscope Records last year in March (2018.)

"All Girls Are the Same" and was the most streamed, liked, and reposted artist in 2018. In addition Billboard Music Awards just named Juice WRLD was named
Top New Artist in May. He was on his way to superstardom.

As for the type of pills Juice digested or the amount of what he took has not been determined just yet. The Cook County Medical Examiner's Office is conducting an autopsy to determine the official cause of death. In the meantime the tragic situation has taken a turn and now the FBI is has launched and investigation into drug paraphernalia that was discovered on his plane.

According to, the stars jet arrived at the Midway International Airport in Chicago early Sunday morning. Minutes after he got off the aircraft Juice collapsed and began spitting up blood. People traveling with the young rapper said he appeared to be having a seizure and lost consciousness during the episode. Paramedics were called out the scene and transported the Lucid Dreams star to a nearby hospital.

CNN report Chicago police spokesman, Anthony Guglielmi, sent more details surrounding the rappers death via email. Guglielmi said "There were no signs of foul play and all individuals aboard the aircraft are cooperating with CPD and have given all of their information." 

Chicago PD searched the private plane and reportedly discovered an empty bottle of codeine and over 70 pounds of marijuana. Two unidentified men on the plane were taken into custody and arrested on gun charges. Now the rappers shocking death is a allout FBI investigation. Still fans and members of the music community are saddened by the tragic news and took to social media to offer condolences.

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