Juice Wrld’s girlfriend Ally Lotti was pregnant at the time of his death but had a miscarriage due to grief

Lotti also said that it was Wrld's dream to become a dad. 'It’s all he wanted. We worked a lot and it took a toll on my body, I was always sick,' she wrote in a now-deleted tweet


                            Juice Wrld’s girlfriend Ally Lotti was pregnant at the time of his death but had a miscarriage due to grief
Juice Wrld (Getty Images), Ally Lotti (Instagram/@allylotti)

A year after rapper Juice Wrld’s death, her girlfriend has now revealed that she was carrying his child in her womb when he died. Girlfriend Ally Lotti also shared that "due to the stress and grief of losing her love, she lost her baby". The heartbreaking revelation from Lotti came a year on from the 21-year-old’s death by accidental overdose.

According to reports, Wrld – whose real name was Jarad Higgins – died on December 8, 2019, after he took several Percocet painkillers to hide them from authorities as they raided his luggage for drugs and firearms at Chicago's Midway Airport. Now, his girlfriend has said that the "weeks are hitting hard" as December 2 was the rising star rapper's 22nd birthday, followed by his first death anniversary. Lotti also shared a photo on Twitter that seemed to show Wrld touching the woman’s pregnant belly, The Sun reported. But she later deleted those emotional tweets in which she disclosed she was "pregnant" when she went on a tour to Japan and Australia with the ‘All Girls Are The Same’ singer. But Lotti could not successfully deliver the baby as she "suffered a miscarriage after Wrld’s death".

Lotti also said that it was the rapper’s dream to become a father. “It’s all he wanted. We worked a lot and it took a toll on my body, I was always sick,” she wrote in the now-deleted tweet. Lotti shared emotional posts last week also, that read, “Life is too hard to do alone" and "Who's supposed to save me." The popular Instagram influencer, who has over 660,000 followers, said that was enough from her side to share sensitive information on the social media platform, but added that in near future she will be laying “it ALL out” in a new podcast next year.

On December 8, Lotti again took to Twitter in the early hours, where she stated, “To this day, i can not get on a plane or hear sirens — too triggering. I remember these moments minute by minute — last yr feels likes mins away. Time's not real and it doesn’t heal." A lot of people also commented sensitively on her latest posts. One user tweeted, “I’m so sorry Ally  I remember the exact moment I found out, I didn’t believe it. I have never felt so gut wrenched in my life, I can’t even imagine how much this impacted you.” Another one said, “Our emotions are so over powering it gives us emphanty.  I know its hard. I had many loved ones die, equal to in my world. Im writing trying to help you get though this. I hope you see this. Be safe. My good thoughts are in my words all you have to do is read them.”



 



 



 



 



 

“Stay strong Ally, Juice is always with u, always watching over u, no matter what and he’s very proud of u for staying strong and not giving up,” the third user wrote, while the fourth one commented: “Time does heal there is always gonna be pain throughout life and there is gonna be times where you are happy but you got to keep pushing your a Miracle Ally, life is a roller coaster of emotions but one emotion you should always feel is love, God loves and so do others.”



 



 

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