Lil Yachty, Akademiks, Lil Nas X, Ski Mask The Slump God & More In Disbelief Over Juice Wrld's Death

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The Hip Hop community has reacted to Juice Wrld‘s untimely death as news of his passing continues to spread.

The multi-platinum selling rapper died after reportedly suffering a seizure while walking through Chicago’s Midway airport Sunday (December 8). News of the death spread rapidly with many of his contemporaries expressing their condolences.

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Lil Yachty expressed his disbelief, writing, “Wow, I can not believe this. Rip my brother Juice Wrld.”

Lil Nas X shared his shock by simply writing, “Oh my good WTF.”

Action Bronson got both personal and poignant when he wrote, “Terrible news about the young man Juice Wrld. We share December 2nd as our arrival day. Gone way too soon. Life is precious.”

Russ wrote, “Damn man…rip Juice Wrld.”

Rich Brian followed that up by writing, “This is insane. Rest in peace Juice Wrld. Way too young mannn.”

Zoey Dollaz wrote, “Just 21 dawg, with so much ahead of ’em. This shit ruined my day.”

Lil Durk expressed his grief by writing, “R.i.p juice….sad day in the world today.”

Yung Baby Tate sent her condolences to his loved ones, writing, “Juice Wrld… way too young, way too bright. This is so sad. Prayers to his family and loved ones.”

Lil Reese posted on Instagram, “Damn juice ain’t Neva just die.”

Others like Denzel Curry, Bas, Lil Keed and more posted “R.I.P.” messages for the late artist.

Some rappers shared past photos of themselves with Juice. Yung Bans wrote, “Rest easy rockstar.”

Killy was in disbelief as he wrote, “Rest in Peace young king. It was always love every time we linked up. Can’t even believe I’m writing this. Taken from us way too early.”

600 Breezy and Warhol.SS shared a photo of Juice Wrld in better times.

“Life so fuckin’ unfair. How I go from telling you Happy Bday to Rest in Peace????? Juice Wrld.” 600 wrote on Instagram. “Chicago, we love you as a whole. My brother for life.”

Warhol.SS shared the sentiment, writing, “It don’t feel real making this post rn. U was a cool ass nigga bro. I remember u asked Cole to ask me about coming to Vancouver on yo tour and I was on the next flight out. Yo energy was strong. Rap niggas wasn’t cut like u. Long live the real.”

The most alarming responses came from and Trippie Redd, who took Juice’s death hard.


Later on, Trippie Redd posted a Facetime image, writing, “I kinda hate life tbh I’m so sick and tired of this shit honestly…..”

Hip Hop veterans such as Fat Joe, LL Cool J, Jim Jones and Royce Da 5’9 expressed their condolences as well.

“Just sad to lose another young king in this game,” Jim Jones wrote. “Abusive behavior can lead to our demise doesn’t matter the age if we don’t have th knowledge we will all fall victim. Rest easy young king ur music will live forever.”

Check out more reactions below. R.I.P. Juice.

Source: Hip Hop DX