I’m talking about choices we have to talk about the death of rapper juice world he was 21 years old he was taking a private jet with his boys and according to TMZ the pilot reported to authorities that there were guns on the plane there was also drugs an allegedly juice world once they landed allegedly he took a bunch of percocet and they feel that that might be the reason why he had the seizures and passed first of all I want to say I looked up this young man and he had a very promising career he was he started off on Soundcloud then he got he worked his way up to Interscope Records getting a deal with them he had like the number two song which was lucid dreams which is a very wonderful song if you haven’t heard it so he had a very promising career journalist Jamil Hill tweeted about juice world and she said at some point there needs to be an industry discussion about the drug culture surrounding these young artists I’m not talking about we but the use of opioids and other drugs that are costing them their lives the industry is really failing these young people so what can we learn we can learn that death and addiction does not discriminate mm-hmm for anybody
who is and in a relationship with anybody who is an addict you know that you’re an a non and it it affects the rest of your life and the crazy thing about drugs is cuz I know you know in my path I’ve definitely been introduced to different things it’s not just that first hi because what happens is drugs give you a rush of dopamine that you naturally already get God’s gift you get it when you’re looking at your child you get it when you kiss somebody you love you get it when you’re excited about a job but when you take a drug it replaces that level of dopamine and it increases you in such an unnatural level it’s artificial you can’t replace it so the brain thinks oh you got it I’m not going to replace anymore I’m not going to make any more so when you come down it’s a spiral of depression and anxiety that then you only can go to that drug to get that same normality or that stability and that’s where addiction starts so it’s really dangerous even that first time man don’t try it it’s not worth it you don’t want to replace the joy that you naturally already have yeah it destroys you forever you can never replace can’t get back to that genie I love it you’re so open and honest about your experience I just want to ask what cuz I had a different experience
I think growing up in the hood and actually having personal connections to people that have been on drugs seeing people die your on being on drugs mm-hmm my mom scared the living daylights out of me to ever touch you like literally as we grew up in the heroin epidemic in the Lower East Side there were people literally doing the matrix around the street like it was like scary to walk in the street in the streets and my mom would literally take me and be like that’s what drugs does that’s you want to do drugs that’s how you’ll end up on the street so I’d even have like insight like you guys go I can’t laugh I can’t even drink coffee because I get anxiety about if it makes me feel different I don’t want to ever be out of control but there are other people who don’t do that I believe they’re glamourizing and that’s where they’re like horrifying it but I don’t feel like that instead are curious what made you curious to ever want to try drugs I loved that she put me out there on live TV that’s my bread no I definitely experimented and I know now at 40 looking back that I had a really dark time in my life when I split from my family and moved out lived in San Francisco like every drug you could imagine was there and honestly it replaced the joy that I didn’t have so it made me being high was so much more fun because it felt like oh I feel special I feel like a rock star I feel loved you you say anything you want to say you’re fearless and then that crash that crash is what made me realize that it was darker than the pain that I actually had in my life and that led me to like oh oh shoot the same for me like this because I got that pit yo it’s it’s the dark place it’s not actually you were able to walk away there are so many people that can never I make that means they can’t walk away that is so true it’s a hit like I said it doesn’t discriminate but
I was able to have the discipline to not get it okay what goes through your mind when you know the consequences of doing something like the hair yes and then you continue you mean oh if I did it or before or even while you’re doing it because I mean yeah that that’s the issue with this whole story I actually agree which male who when she was saying that we have to make sure what we’re glowing glorifying nowadays especially when you have youth like looking up to you because the reality is is money fame that doesn’t immune yeah to the consequences of dress . Juice wrld give us many hit hiphop songs that are so inspiring to us. And so entertaining us. Juice wrld earn so much respect inshort time that is the big achievement for him. All the hip hop artists must be humble for his art and rap song. He is a good artist and give us many hit tracks which are improving the hip hop industry and his listener are always be miss him. This news is so sad about his fans. We always miss you juice wrld.