"/ We ain't making it past 21", he raps on the track.
The images taken when the spitter "armed and dangerous" was on a private plane during the flight from Los Angeles to Chicago showed him completely conscious and in a good mood while joking with a friend, playfully throwing water on his friend who was sound asleep.
Even though the precise cause of Juice WRLD's passing has not yet been determined, many are suspecting that his seizure was caused by an opioid overdose.
Now this thoughtful eulogiser is himself the subject of homage.
As previously reported, Juice WRLD, born Jarad A. Higgins, suddenly passed away Sunday morning (Dec. 8) after reportedly suffering a seizure moments after his private plane landed at Chicago's Midway airport. People on the aircraft reportedly told police that they saw the 21-year-old rapper take several pills before he went into cardiac arrest at Midway Airport in Chicago.
Juice WRLD, born Jarad Anthony Higgins, first appeared on the scene previous year when his outstanding single "Lucid Dreams" debuted on the Billboard Hot 100 at a whopping Number 2!
The health emergency occurred while investigators were searching the rapper and his entourage's luggage for weapons and drugs, the paper added.
"Bae I'm sorry I be tweaking, you've put up with more than ppl know I know I be scaring you, f-k Codeine I'm done", he wrote in June.
Many fans referred to the lyrics of his song "Legends", which foreshadowed his young death with the lyrics: "What's the 27 Club?"
In both videos, Juice Wrld is seen with other unnamed passengers. Speaking to a NY magazine reporter this year, he mused about the effect of having been prescribed Ritalin as a fifth grader, though he acknowledged he used recreationally as well.
As previously reported, law enforcement told TMZ, who broke the report, that Juice had already been bleeding from the mouth by the time paramedics arrived on the scene.