Ally Lotti was Juice WRLD’s Girlfriend. Famously, Juice said that he quit using the painkiller codeine because of his relationship with Lotti.
On December 8, TMZ was the first to report that tragic news that Juice had died following a seizure at Chicago’s Midway Airport. He was 21 years old.
Here’s what you need to know:
1. Lotti Said That Juice Had Been Taking Percocet Prior to His Death
The Associated Press reports that Lotti was on board the fatal flight with Juice on December 8. Lotti told authorities that Juice had been taking the opioid painkiller Percocet prior to his death. Lotti was among the ten passengers on board the flight.
While the Chicago Tribune reports that Lotti told investigators that the rapper had a drug problem.
2. Lotti Is an Instagram Influencer With Over 200,000 Followers
On her Twitter page, Lotti posted a photo showing her with Juice on December 5.
Lotti is an Instagram influencer with over 200,000 followers on the platform. Lotti writes on her Instagram bio, “Somewhere’s doing better.” At the time of writing, Lotti has not made reference to Juice’s sad passing.
3. When Juice WRLD Quit Codeine, He Apologized for Scaring Lotti
In July 2019, WRLD announced that he had quit recreationally using the prescription painkiller, codeine. In a tweet announcing that he was quitting, Juice apologized for scaring Lotti.
Juice wrote in part directly to Lotti, “Bae I’m sorry I be tweaking, you’ve put up with more than ppl know I know I be scaring you, f*** Codeine I’m done. I love you and im letting it be known publicly that ain’t s*** fucking up the real love I found. Learn from this everyone. Addiction kills all but you can overcome.”
4. WRLD Said His Friends Couldn’t Understand Why He Had a Girlfriend in 2018
In July 2018, Juice told the New York Times that he was living with a girlfriend, named as Alexia in the story, in Los Angeles.
Juice told the newspaper that he met Alexia just as he was establishing success.
Juice was quoted in the story as saying, “All my homies be like: ‘What you doing with a girlfriend? You got all this stuff going on. I love her, though. I can admit and say that I have feelings.” Juice did describe that it was difficult to juggle his relationship with his hectic schedule. It’s noted in the story that during in the interview, Juice had been “lavishing attention” on Alexia.
5. Juice Wrote the Song ‘Lucid Dreams’ About a Heartbreaking Relationship He Went Through in High School
Juice wrote the song, “Lucid Dreams,” about a heartbreak he had while in high school. Juice told the Gulf-Times in July 2018, “That’s how Lucid Dreams was written. Nick sampled music from Sting’s track, Shape of My Heart. It sounded great so I knew I had to come up with a special lyric. The song is bittersweet about high school heartbreak and the pain I suffered because of the feelings I had for the girl.”
Juice was previously in a relationship with a singer known as Starfire. Juice wrote the song, “Love You Always,” about Starfire. When Starfire spoke about their break-up, Juice responded by saying, “Lmao ? don’t get mad because u treated me like s*** and u got shit back dookie for dookie kiddo ??? lotti is 1000 times better then any of my past relationships a ever be genuinely has my best interest at hand..all ima day about it..if u know u know..999.”
While Lotti chimed in and said, “silly girl will do and say anything for his attention. stop worrying abt him and his actions, he’s mine to worry abt.” In the wake of Juice’s death, Starfire tweeted, “Stop asking if I’m ok obviously I’m not f***ing ok.”