At only 21 years old, Juice WRLD was able to stack an astonishing amount of money. More than some people make in a full lifetime. 💸💸
In fact, he was worth nearly $3.3 million at the time of his death, according to legal docs garnered by TMZ. Some of his priciest possessions included a condo in Miami worth around $1,490,000 as well as a few bank accounts, one containing $1,001,515.68.
Juice, whose real name was Jarad Higgins, also loved collecting jewelry and watches and owned nearly $500,000 worth of ice. In the following video, you can see him plotting on bust-down timepieces, grills and a choker with popular hip-hop jeweler Johnny Dang.
Unlike most rappers, though, he wouldn't constantly show off his diamonds and pearls. He was always more passionate about creativity and music, never viewing rap as just a means to become rich. One of the reasons why the Chicago artist was so special.
While there was no figure available estimating the dollar amount of his closet, he also loved expensive designer streetwear from brands like Louis Vuitton and Gucci. As you can see below, he was more open about showing off his fashion taste.
$3.3 million is only a baseline number, though, as there may be other assets in trusts outside of the probate estate. Probate means "the court-supervised process of authenticating a last will and testament if the deceased made one," according to The Balance, so the main document at hand was probably Juice's will.
One pending issue that could affect Juice's estate is a $15 million lawsuit that pop-punk band Yellowcard has chosen to move forward with even in the wake of his passing. Originally filed in Oct. 2019, Yellowcard claims that Juice sampled one of their melodies in his hit "Lucid Dreams." The suit was put on hold last month until an estate executor has been appointed.
While Juice had no kids and wasn't married, he did have a longtime girlfriend, Ally Lotti, and the two were extremely close. He even had two tattoos dedicated to her. One on his forearm that read "I LOVE ALL" as "ALL" are her initials, and another on his bicep that read "ALLY'S WRLD." It's unclear whether she'll benefit at all from his estate.
A week after he passed, Ally shared some thoughts about Juice and how much his fans meant to him during a tribute set at Rolling Loud Los Angeles. 🕊️