Juice Wrld Team Says ‘No Comment’ in Response to Ally Lotti’s Instagram Live - WhatsOnRap

Juice Wrld Team Says ‘No Comment’ in Response to Ally Lotti’s Instagram Live

Ally Lotti has come up to allege that Juice Wrld did not die of an accidental drug overdose in an Instagram live.

Ally Lotti went on Instagram Live on Monday night (Nov. 28) and released a video calling out those who have lately chastised her for her actions following Juice's death.

"Jarad would be dead proud of me, bitch. So, suck my dick," she said in the video. "You don't know that nigga. He wouldn't even give a shit. He'll piss on you if you were fucking on fire. You don't get it, like, at all. Y'all mad ’cause I'm literally like, 'Ah, blah blah blah.' You guys think he died of a drug overdose. You're wrong! You're wrong, literally! You're wrong! So, suck a dick. ’Cause a lot of shit y'all don't know that I've fucking grieved through myself while I let y'all grieve and talk mad shit on me. I don't care. Im'a go ahead and be what y'all want me to be, which is me."

Lotti's assertions come as we near the third anniversary of Juice Wrld's death, which occurred on December 8, 2019, when he suffered a seizure while officials were searching a plane he was aboard for narcotics and weapons. The Chicago rapper died "as a result of oxycodone and codeine intoxication," according to the official medical examiner's findings. His death was judged to have been an accident.

Ally has previously made similar allegations. She said throughout the summer that there was more to Juice Wrld's death than the general public was aware of.

"I've been quiet for the last year-and-a-half-plus, to myself," Lotti said in an Instagram video. "Took myself away from everyone because I knew what was going to happen. If people knew what happened the day before Jarad passed, and the day that Jarad passed and everything like that, which I cannot speak upon at this moment. But I will. I will. I just have to make sure that I am safe."

Lil Bibby, the head of Juice Wrld's label Grade A Productions, appeared to respond to the accusations when responding to a fan who asked him to release more music from the beloved rapper.

"I will try my best, but I am human and I have feelings," Bibby replied. "This is not an easy job. Ppl making crazy allegations and saying hurtful things. I want to put out music because I know that’s what Juice wanted and I know the fans want it. But I sometimes want to quit."