Juice Wrld Dead At 21


Juice Wrld has died at the age of 21 after suffering a seizure in Chicago.

The rapper’s tragic passing happened following a seizure he suffered at Chicago’s Midway Airport on Sunday (Dec. 8), reports The New York Times, who confirmed his death with the Cook County Medical Examiner’s Office.

Prior to his death, Juice Wrld was on a private flight from California that landed at Midway on Sunday morning. According to witnesses, the Chicago artist suffered the seizure while at the airport. Law enforcement and paramedics rushed to the scene, where the rapper was reportedly bleeding from the mouth. Juice was rushed to the Advocate Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn, Ill. where he was pronounced dead at 3:14 a.m. The cause of death is currently unknown.

Juice Wrld’s record label, Interscope Geffen A&M Records, released a statement to XXL on the rapper’s death.

“Juice made a profound impact on the world in such a short period of time,” it reads. “He was a gentle soul, whose creativity knew no bounds, an exceptional human being and artist who loved and cared for his fans above everything else. To lose someone so kind and so close to our hearts is devastating. Our thoughts are with Juice’s family and friends, everyone at his label Grade A, and his millions of fans around the world.”

Juice Wrld, born Jarad A. Higgins, was one of the most promising young rappers in the game before his tragic death. His meteoric rise to fame was spurred by the 2017 release of “Lucid Dreams” and it solidified with the release of his first two albums, Goodbye & Good Riddance (2018) and Death Race for Love (2019).

The shocking death of Juice Wrld comes at a time when the multiplatinum-selling artist was becoming a certified star and prepping his third album.

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Comedian, John Crist Admits To ‘Addiction Struggles’


In a report published Wednesday by Charisma News, five women, whose names were intentionally replaced with pseudonyms by the outlet, came forward with accusations about Crist. The outlet reports that “Crist has exploited his Christian reputation and platform to harass, manipulate and exploit young women over the last seven years,” multiple sources allege.

“The allegations include, but are not limited to, individually sexting multiple women during the same time period, initiating sexual relationships with married women and women in committed relationships, offering show tickets in exchange for sexual favors and repeatedly calling these women late at night while drunk,” Charisma News reports.

In a lengthy statement issued to Charisma News, Crist, 35, apologized “for the hurt and pain” that he has caused various women, admitting that he has “treated relationships with women far too casually, in some cases even recklessly.” (PEOPLE confirmed Crist’s statement via his rep.)


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Big Yae Is Grateful With New Single “Amen”


Big Yae has been saying for two months that his album is done and now he has released the first single titled, “Amen”. The Killawatts produced track, sees Yae reflecting on how far he has come in his 22 years of life. After reflection, Yae ambitiously claims that this will be his year and that he has arrived as an artist.

He states,
“This year I have been talking about transitioning from solely making youth group music to bringing my music into adulthood since I’m grown now. Amen captures all of that and where I see me and my team going this year.“

“Amen” is the first single from Big Yae’s untitled, forthcoming album.

Listen here

Purchase/Stream Link: https://bigyae.ffm.to/amen

Christon Gray says Christian Music Industry Is A Cult


The Saga Continues…. We have more and more people coming out being outward not wanting to be associated with Christian Hiphop only that this case is different. Christon Gray tweets and says,

Christon Gray is talented both singing and rapping, one would say he’s one of the most lyrical people in Chh, going back and fourth at an exceptional level. You would think Aaron Cole, Jon Keith. There are more but these are the ones that stick to be the greatest. So when he went all out on twitter, everybody was shocked because he detailed everything about the industry and how he felt about it.

“I have experienced mental, emotional, and Spiritual abuse from this Industry. A business that does not reflect the message of Christ and has brainwashed many for personal gain”, says Gray.

Christon Gray has a lot of credibility for bringing this up and the fact being he’s been on both sides, CCM, CHH & Gospel and as a whole he feels its “a Cult”. From his comments about the industry he’s saying he expected something that he never got, i.e Christians reflecting Christ in everything. He’s had a lot of mainstream success, promotional song from WWE, having key commercials, being on Sway in the morning. So he ain’t afraid of being Christian but doesn’t want to be associated with the industry.

Do you think he’s right to call the industry a cult?


Lecrae Gets Baptized In Jordan River


One of the top CHH artists, Lecrae, got baptized at the Yardenit Baptismal Site in the Jordan River during a visit to Israel. He also visited Jerusalem, the Mount of Beatitudes and Capernaum, posting photos and enthusing about walking in the footsteps of Jesus on social media.

Alongside tweet of his immersion in the Jordan River on Thursday

“Today we got baptized in the Jordan River. The one John baptized Jesus in… Getting baptized in it was an incredible experience for me. When you come back out of the water, you come back to life as a new creation. When I was immersed into Christ (not just water) I also become a new creation: ‘Therefore, if anyone is in Messiah, he is a new creation; old things have passed away; behold, all things have become new.’ The more you learn the Jewish roots the more truth comes alive.” Says Lecrae