In the USA today at the airport midway Chicago died Jarad Higgins, known as the rapper Juice Wrld, the AP reports.
Reportedly, during his stay in the hangar for private jets at the airport 21-year-old rapper had a heart attack. He was taken to the hospital near the airport, where doctors could only say death.
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According to TMZ, when Higgins picked up from the airport, he was still alive, so the true cause of death of rapper remain unknown. However, it is not so simple. After all, the fans of the musician raised statements Jarad, who previously raised questions, and now does add mystique to the mysterious death of an idol.
So, in 2017, the rapper openly stated that his goal is to be popular and Shine a few years, then do his death.
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Another contractor’s application also suggests the disturbing reflections.
Juice Wrld admitted that he is in the blink of an eye may lose a life, and perhaps quite successfully to take your life.
In may 2019 Is Wrld received the award Billboard Music Awards as best young performer.
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