Nicki Minaj and Trippie Redd with Juicy J Condemns Drug

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Nicki Minaj and Trippie Redd with Juciy J Condemns Drug

Juice Wrld left a lesson to fellow contemporaries. Rapper was pronounced  dead 8 December 2019. The strange untimely death brought many opinions and peers has comments against drug following its cause. Hip-hop had inexplicable lost this year and Juice Wrld who was reported dead, died of drug abuse.

While some of his close-knit and family continue mourning as remembrance, positive rappers have been stretching shade against drug with different outspoken bitterly expressing how it pains to see rapper died of drugs.

Both Nick Minaj, Trippie Redd, Juicy J and more have already left reasons to stop drug. Nicki Minaj while her Billboard’s Women in Music event last few weeks, it was also an avenue were she paid tribute to late Juice Wrld. She spilled some of her guts condemning drug abuse. “I want to tell people drugs [aren’t] the problem, it’s the way we fix our problem. So it’s important that we don’t pass judgment so people aren’t ashamed to speak out and ask for help,” said Minaj. In addition, “I just came here tonight to ask people to be a little more forgiving and understanding, especially with entertainers. We can’t have a bad day.” She said.

Juice Wrld death was a freak-out to Trippie Redd. He took to his Twitter and shared about drug then advice anyone who flex drug. The Game who commented how young rapper of this generation are dying, Snoop Dogg, Meek Mill, Drake and more have reacted over the Juice Wrld’s death.

Trippie still let it known by saying, “We ain’t doin’ it no more,” he said. “Period. If it ain’t weed, we ain’t doin’ it no more.” He paused, then added, “And when I say ‘we,’ I mean us as a group. Us as a whole, the whole emo music artists. No drugs.”

Juicy J is now putting blame on himself for advicing wrong about those who are drug freak. Juicy J later took it public and apologize how he inspired to take drug. To those of his full fans, I think you all are familiar with some of his drug inspiring hits like, “Weed Is Got Me High,” “Bin Laden Weed,” and “Where is the Bud.”

However, Juicy J has made his correct this way on Twitter. “If I inspired anybody to do drugs I apologize,” tweeted Juicy J at 3:28 AM on Dec 28, 2019.

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