Controversies surrounding the sudden death of American rapper and singer, Jarad Anthony Higgins popularly known as Juice Wrld, has now been solved as autopsy reports hace finally been revealed.
Recall that TMZ reported that Juice had stepped out of the plane after arriving from California safely on December 8, 2019. Witnesses told TMZ he suffered the seizure while walking through the airport.
Law enforcement sources say he was bleeding from the mouth when paramedics got on scene.
In a report confirmed by a medical examiner, the “Fast” singer died after taking a large dose of codeine and Oxycodone.
The day Juice died, Chicago police were called to the airport to assist federal authorities “in regards to a private jet arriving at the airport which contained a large amount of narcotics,” police said in a statement. The plane’s occupants were found inside the airport with two loaded luggage carts, the statement said.
A search of the luggage found 41 bags of what was suspected to be marijuana, six prescription bottles of suspected liquid codeine and three firearms, the police statement said.
None of the plane’s occupants claimed ownership of the luggage, police said.
The rapper had a seizure during the search, police said, and a Homeland Security officer administered Narcan to the victim. Narcan is used to reverse the effects of an opioid overdose.