It’s hard to believe that it’s been two years already since Juice WRLD passed away. The rising rapper was on his way to becoming a great talent. Unfortunately, poor life choices took him away too soon. Recently, his mother Carmela Wallace reminiscenced on her late son’s legacy he left behind. Furthermore, Wallace took to social media to write a letter to her famous son on what would’ve been his 23rd birthday.
A Mother’s Letter To Her Deceased Son
This past weekend, Jarad Higgins aka Juice WRLD would’ve turned 23-years-old. However, this birthday won’t be a happy one. The rapper tragically passed away back in 2019, still leaving much of the HipHop community in grieving. His mother, Carmela Wallace, especially has expressed the hurt and pain of losing her son.
On December 2, Wallace took to Twitter to post a heartbreaking letter to her deceased son on his 23rd birthday. Furthermore, Wallace starts off by saying she never thought he’d be gone by his 23rd birthday. Afterwards, she notes that she still thinks of him everyday. Expressing her grievance over her son takes real courage, especially in front of fans. Wallace then goes on to reminiscence on her son’s legacy and influence. Despite Juice WRLD’s death, he helped thousands of people suffering with mental illness.
The World Honors Juice WRLD
Not only did Carmela Wallace reflect over son’s greatness. Even the world reminiscenced on Juice WRLD’s legacy, influence and his music. Before the conclusion of 2021, the rapper’s posthumous album Fighting Demons will be released this upcoming week on December 10th. Additionally, the Juice WRLD: Into the Abyss documentary will drop on December 16th on HBO. All in all, Juice WRLD’s talent will not be forgotten.