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On the heels of DJ Scheme teasing a posthumous XXXTENTACION and Juice WRLD collaboration earlier in October, Juice’s girlfriend Ally Lotti took to Twitter over the weekend to explain why she doesn’t think the Bad Vibes Forever-999 track will ever see the light of day.

“Doubt it’ll come out,” Lotti replied to a fan. “I’m guessing if it was it would have already been. so idk but i have video from that night. J made two or three song a we were in a hotel room over seas.”

She continued, “I was there when he recorded the verse for jah. This happened over a year and a half -two years ago yal. . this wasn’t new info.”

DJ Scheme was a personal DJ for X and a friend of Juice’s as well, so fans took his vague teaser seriously. Scheme told one fan he was “working hard to make this happen as we speak” in regard to the potential Juice-XXX song.

Juice’s posthumous Legends Never Die album arrived in July, about seven months following his tragic death due to a fatal seizure at Chicago’s Midway Airport after ingesting a toxic amount of oxycodone and codeine. Grade-A Records executive Lil Bibby says he’s already working on Juice’s second posthumous album.

On the other hand, X fans recently became enraged when his Instagram account was used to promote another artist named ikabodVEINS who is also managed by X’s mother Cleopatra Bernard. The slain Florida rapper’s vocals were utilized for a posthumous collaboration with VEINS titled “CHASE / glass shards,” which released on October 15.

The “SAD!” artist was shot and killed outside of RIVA Motorsports in Deerfield Beach, Florida on June 18, 2018. His estate has released a pair of posthumous albums since his senseless murder.

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