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Offset Makes A Crucial Statement About Possible Collaboration With Juice WRLD

Offset Makes A Crucial Statement About Possible Collaboration With Juice WRLD

One of the Migos members, Offset made a crucial statement about the death of the rapper Juice WRD on his official Instagram page, and he said that they will make a ‘possible’ collaboration on the next Migos album with Juice WRLD.

Last weekend, the rapper Juice WRLD passed away at the age of 21 at Chicago’s Midway Airport after a flight from California. It was reported, the young rapper reportedly had seizures after the overdose.

Offset said that he made a song called ‘What’s Brackin’ with Juice WRLD and that it will ‘probably’ on the group’s next album.

Here’s what Offset stated:

“I got this song called ‘What’s Brackin’ with him, I’m probably gonna put that sh*t on Culture II. He going apesh*t on that thing.”

He also praised Juice and his skills and work ethic. He continued:

“I want to say RIP to my brother Juice, man. It’s sad to lose another talented artist. God bless him and his family. Nothing but respect, nothing but respect. He was one of the young n****s that really could flow, though. He could really rap, freestyle, go crazy. His work ethic was crazy. He was serious about his craft.”

You can watch the video via Youtube below.

Click here for the source of the statement.

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