Natural Disaster Juice Wrld

CLICK HERE TO GET FOX 32 NEWS ON THE GO. Juice WRLD graduated in 2017 from Homewood-Flossmoor Community High School north of Chicago, where he earned a reputation among the almost 3,000 pupils as a gifted musician. School administrators said on Sunday that they will provide counseling to children touched by his death.

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The cause of death of Juice WRLD

Juice WRLD, best known for his work in Lucid Dreams and All Girls Are the Same, died in the early hours of Sunday morning at Chicago's Midway Airport. According to reports, federal and local authorities were waiting for Juice WRLD's private jet to arrive at the Atlantic Aviation Hanger after receiving critical information about suspicious cargo on board. According to accounts, the 21-year-old rapper collapsed when law enforcement officers were examining his crew's bags for narcotics and weaponry. When police discovered two doses of Narcan, an opioid overdose prevention medicine, in the crew's baggage, Juice WRLD began to convulse and seize. The well-known rapper-turned-singer was transported to the neighboring Advocate Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn, where he was pronounced dead. However, investigators apprehended two of the late rapper's accomplices and detained them on minor gun possession charges. According to reports, law enforcement officers discovered more than 41 bags of marijuana and six bottles of cough medication.

It didn't fix anything permanently; it was only for four or five hours of feeling like s—- was going to be okay, and then you're deeper than you were before, and you have to take more because your tolerance has built up, and now you're on twice, three times, four times, and before you know it, you're dead. But, in today's music world, taking drugs is the new smoking, and overdosing is the new high. It's messed up.

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