Fans of Juice Wrld, who was confirmed to have died on Sunday, Dec. 8, are mourning his passing. They also mentioned that the American rapper seemed to have predicted his own death through his song entitled, “Legends.” 

According to NBC News, the track started trending on Twitter shortly after the news of his death surfaced. In the rap piece, Juice Wrld (whose real name is Jarad Anthony Higgins) talked about the short lives of artists. The track was included in this “Too Soon” EP that was released in 2018 but fans say that his lyrics clearly point to his own demise. 

He released this to honor the late rappers XXXTentacion and Lil Peep and fans highlighted the parts in the song where Juice WRLD says: “What’s the 27 Club? We ain’t making it past 21.”

The song continues with lines that say, “I’ve been going through paranoia, so I always gotta keep a gun. Damn, that’s the world we live in now. Yeah, hold on, just hear me out. They tell me I’mma be a legend. I don’t want that title now ’cause all the legends seem to die out.”

Fans who first heard of Juice WRLD’s demise relayed that the first thing that came to their minds was the late rapper’s “Legends.” Obviously, with his reference to dying at 21 or before reaching this age, it is no wonder that fans believed that Juice WRLD, who died just a week after his birthday, had already envisioned his death a few years before the tragedy.  

According to the Chicago Sun Times, Juice WRLD passed away early Sunday after suffering from a medical emergency at Chicago's Midway Airport. He was brought to a nearby hospital but died due to cardiac arrest.

It was said that emergency workers rushed to a private hangar at the airport around 2 a.m. and that Juice WRLD was rushed to Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn. Medical experts tried to save him, but he was pronounced dead at exactly 3:14 a.m.

Larry Langford, Chicago Fire Department spokesman, said that at the moment they can’t confirm if the cardiac incident started before or after Juice WRLD landed at the airport. On the other hand, the Chicago Police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi revealed that in their initial investigation, officers did not find any sign of foul play. Meanwhile, TMZ shared DJ Akademiks’ video clip that captured Juice WRLD’s final moments where he appeared to be in high spirits just minutes before his seizure.