Juice WRLD’s Engineer Accuses Label Of Making Death Threats

“I cannot let Jarad’s legacy be what it is. Jarad would never treat any of his fans like this…I’ve been quiet for the last year-and-a-half-plus, to myself,” Lotti said in the video. Max then addressed claims allegedly previously made by Chase stating Max stole from Juice and purposely botched a Gunna feature appearing on the latest posthumous project Fighting Demons. This soullessness can almost certainly be attributed to this album’s posthumous status. Without Juice WRLD being present for the album’s creation, you can immediately feel his absence. Even “Legends Never Die” possessed the type of soul that made him still feel with us, but “Fighting Demons” gives off the same vibes as an extremely well-done fan album.

“I do everything in my power to fight for Juice. For his music and legacy to be what he would want and not be trampled over by greed and corruption. Love Live Grade a juice wrld he closed. He was living in Los Angeles with his girlfriend, Ally Lotti, at the time of his death. In November 2018 the pair revealed via Instagram that they were dating.

He accused them of using a Twitter account to disrupt Juice’s fan community on social media while trying to strong-arm him into handing over recording equipment. Sales figures for albums, EPs, and singles are pure sales that do not take equivalent units into account. On December 8, 2019, Higgins was aboard a private jet flying from Los Angeles to Midway International Airport in Chicago, where law enforcement officers were waiting for the jet to arrive as they suspected it was carrying guns and drugs. The cause of the seizure was acute oxycodone and codeine intoxication. Police found three handguns and 70 lb of marijuana on the aircraft. Higgins had a history of drug abuse and spoke openly about his experiences. In 2019, he was living in Los Angeles with his girlfriend, Alexia. The two had met around the time Higgins’s music career was starting to launch. Due to a Google Drive hack, many of Juice WRLD’s unreleased songs had been extensively circulating, and in August 2018, songs began to leak.

Now, producer-engineer Max Lord, who is part of 808 Mafia, is claiming that Juice’s former team is trying to steal from him and that they are accusing him of some serious actions. He also states that he has received threats of violence that have him fearing for his life. Lord even made reference to a Twitter account called @Chasemasta who thinks is working with George “G Money” Dickinson of Grade A Productions, and Peter Jideonwo, who was Juice’s manager. Juice WRLD — born Jarad Higgins — passed away from fatal seizures triggered by an accidental drug overdose on December 8, 2019. A Cook County Medical Examiner revealed he had toxic levels of oxycodone and codeine in his system. We’ll see Bibby follows through with his plans for a new Juice WRLD album.

On May 4, 2018, “Lucid Dreams” was officially released as a single and accompanied by a Cole Bennett-directed music video, similar to “All Girls Are the Same”. It peaked at number two on the Hot 100 and quickly became one of the most streamed songs of 2018; it remains his most-streamed song, reaching over one billion streams on Spotify by January 2020. “Lucid Dreams” was followed by “Lean Wit Me” on May 22, which peaked at number 68 on the Hot 100; Higgins’ debut full-length album, Goodbye & Good Riddance, which included his three previous singles, was released the following day.

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