Previous to Juice WRLD’s premature demise, an eerie viral problem emerged on-line that noticed contributors pretend seizures to the late rapper’s hit single, “Lucid Dreams.”
The #LucidDreamsChallenge emerged on the favored social media app TikTok and inspired customers to pretend a seizure whereas spitting out liquid — normally water — whereas dancing to the verse of Juice WRLD’s breakout single.
TikTok is a social media app that permits customers to create quick, lip-synced movies usually synchronized to fashionable songs or comedy bits.
Customers on social media lamented concerning the eerie nature of the problem after the rapper’s demise.
“this did NOT age well. It’s actually scary how he died from a seizure after all this,” one person wrote on a YouTube compilation of TikTok’s that includes the problem.
“it’s so creepy how he died from a seizure last night,” one other person wrote.
One person was extra straight to the purpose, instantly asking, “y’all realize he just died from a seizure[?]”
Customers usually dance to the verse of the monitor, by which Juice WRLD sings, “I have these lucid dreams where I can’t move a thing / Thinking of you in my bed.”
In a Genius verified annotation, Juice WRLD spoke about the that means behind these traces.
“Sleep paralysis. I have it, to this day. If somethings bothering me, I have it, if I’m going through stress and s—, I have it. It’s still the same feeling as it was when it first started, still the same amount of fear, it does not get old,” Juice WRLD wrote.
“It’s scary, you can be laying right next to somebody and if they not paying attention, they won’t even know you having it. Some people have it together, that’s crazy,” he continued.
Previous these traces within the music, Juice WRLD was extra upfront about his drug use — singing, “You left me falling and landing inside my grave / I know that you want me dead / I take prescriptions to make me feel a-okay / I know it’s all in my head.”
Addressing these traces on Genius, Juice WRLD mentioned, “I keep in mind tablet popping wasn’t cool, now everyone need some PCP, like what the f—? That was simply me, being a sufferer of what’s goin on, however I used to be considered one of them those that was doing it when it wasn’t cool.
“It didn’t permanently fix anything, it was very temporary, like four or five hours of feeling like s— was gonna be okay, and after that, your deeper than the hole you were before, and then you gotta take more ‘cause your tolerance is built up, and now you on twice, three times, four times, and before you know it, your like dead. But I guess where music is today, people just, popping pills is the new weed, overdosing is the new high. It’s f—-d up.”