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Juice Wrld's Death Mourned by Lil Yachty and More Celebs

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Celebs such as Lil YachtyTravis Scott and Ellie Goulding took to social media on Sunday to pay tribute to their friend and colleague Juice Wrld hours after his shocking death.

The rapper died on Sunday morning after suffering a medical emergency shortly after landing in his native Chicago. He was 21. The cause of his death remains under investigation.

“Bye brother, love u dawg.. rip,” Lil Yachty, who collaborated with Juice on the 2018 single “Yacht Club,” wrote on Instagram, alongside a photo of the two.

Goulding collaborated with Juice on the hit single “Hate Me,” which was released in June.

“I can’t believe it…” the British pop star tweeted. “You were such a sweet soul. I’ll always remember meeting you and your family on the video set and thinking how close you were. You had so much further to go, you were just getting started. You’ll be missed Juice.”

Goulding also shared a photo of herself with the rapper. 

See celebrities’ tributes to Juice:

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Lil Yachty

On Dec. 8, 2019, rapper Juice Wrld died after suffering a medical emergency at an airport in his native Chicago. He was 21.

“Bye brother, love u dawg.. rip,” the rapper wrote.

Twitter / Ellie Goulding

Ellie Goulding

“I can’t believe it…” the British pop star tweeted. “You were such a sweet soul. I’ll always remember meeting you and your family on the video set and thinking how close you were. You had so much further to go, you were just getting started. You’ll be missed Juice.”

Instagram / Travis Scott

Travis Scott

“You will live on forever,” the rapper wrote.

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Jeffree Star

“Waking up and reading this horrible news…” the YouTube star and influencer tweeted. “RIP JUICE WRLD you were taken too soon…This hits so close to home I have no words.”

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Fat Joe

“Man, so sad. I pray you meet the lord above. RIP Young King. [praying emoji] @JuiceWorlddd,” he tweeted.

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Kehlani

“This sad as f–k,” she tweeted. “Rest in love juice wrld.”

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Camila Cabello

“[heartbroken emoji] #juicewrld,” tweeted the singer.

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Chance the Rapper

“God bless him. A young legend,” the rapper tweeted.

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Action Bronson

“Terrible news about the young man Juice Wrld. We share December 2nd as our arrival day. Gone way too soon. Life is precious,” the rapper tweeted.

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Chloe x Halle

“Rip juice wrld [heartbroken emoji],” they tweeted.

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LL Cool J

“#RestInPower Juice Wrld [three prayer emojis],” he tweeted.

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Juicy J

“Wow I can’t believe this R.I.P. @JuiceWorlddd,” Juicy J tweeted. “Prayers up for his family.”

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Zedd

“Really shocked and sad to find out juice wrld passed away … and so young too…” he tweeted. “A reminder that life can be over any moment… be kind to one another.”

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