Juice Wrld Net Worth – How Much is Juice Wrld Worth?

By now, it has become pervasive to hear the news about Black hip hop stars dying young and abruptly. After Nipsey Hustle was killed earlier this year, another rapper Juice Wrld has also passed away on December 8, 2019, at a very young age of 21 years.

Juice Wrld, aka Jarad Anthony Higgins, had flown from California to his hometown in Chicago in a night flight and arrived safely at the Midway airport. However, as he made his way through the airport, he started to suffer a seizure according to multiple witness accounts.

Law enforcement, who was first to help, said that the upcoming rapper was spewing blood from his mouth before paramedics arrived on the scene. He was conscious, even as the paramedics rushed him to the nearest hospital. After a short while, Juice passed away due to reasons which are still unclear.

Cause of his Death

We still are waiting on the details, but Larry Langford, a spokesman for Chicago Fire, revealed that the ‘Lucid Dreams’ singer died of cardiac arrest at a private hangar in the airport at around 2 a.m. He was officially pronounced dead in 3:15 a.m. by the Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn.

The official statement definitely varies from witness accounts, so we are still unclear on whether he suffered the cardiac arrest before or after landing. The first responders did report that Juice had suffered a seizure in the beginning.

Image of Juice Wrld died at 21 after Suffering a Seizure

Juice Wrld died at 21 after Suffering a Seizure

Seizures have a wide variant of causes, but Drugs are a prevalent cause if not a catalyst leading to a seizure. A specific drug can be Lean, a drug crafted from mixing heavy cough syrups with soft drinks, hard candy, and other materials. Lil Wayne also suffered a seizure on a plane that had to do an emergency landing after he reportedly drank three bottles of Codeine Syrup.

Juice was very verbal in both his songs and interviews about his addiction to Lean since sixth grade, although his girlfriend, Ally Lotti, helped him get over it. He also began using other drugs like Xanax and Percocet since 2013.

Image of Juice Wrld with his girlfriend Ally Lotti

Juice Wrld with his girlfriend Ally Lotti

Juice Wrld Net Worth; How Rich was he?

Juice Wrld was relatively new to the rap game but was rapidly climbing up the ranks as one of the top upcoming artists to look out for. Ever since his breakthrough song ‘Lucid Dreams’ in 2018 from his album ‘Goodbye and Good Riddance,’ he collaborated with Lil Yachty in ‘All Girls Are the Same,’ with Future in ‘Wrld on Drugs’ and also appeared in Travis Scott’s song ‘No Bystanders.’

Image of American rapper, Juice Wrld

American rapper, Juice Wrld

After the immense success of his first album and other projects, he released his second album ‘Death Race for Love,’ which reached the number 1 spot in Billboard 200. We are not surprised that Juice WRLD’s career-spanning only three years or so has a net worth of around $6 million.

As impressive net worth and career Juice has, the more unfortunate his death is. He apparently spoke with his writer just a month before his death, where he spoke of all the ideas about creating music, saying he had “probably over a 1000 songs.”

Juice Wrld Wiki Bio and Tribute

Juice WRLD was born as Jarad Anthony Higgins on December 2, 1998, in Chicago, Illinois. His family moved to Homewood, Illinois, shortly after his birth, where he would spend his childhood. His father walked out on his mother after their divorce when he was just three years old, leaving his mother alone to raise him and his elder brother.

Juice’s mother was a religious woman and would not let him listen to hip hop music. So his early days, he became a fan of non-hip hop artists like Billy Idol, Black Sabbath,  Megadeath, Fallout Boy, and Panic! At the Disco.

He was addicted to lean from when he was in grade 6. He was inspired to play the piano from his mother, who paid for his lessons from where he would eventually also learn to play the guitar and the drums.

Juice only began to take rap seriously in his sophomore days when he would post his songs on SoundCloud by merely recording them on his phone. His name Juice WRLD was taken from one of his rap icon Tupac Shakur’s role in the movie ‘Juice.’

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