/  03.18.2020

It’s been months since Juice WRLD tragically died from an overdose. His family, friends and fans still continue his legacy through his music. Reports are surfacing about the value of his estate.

According to documents obtained by TMZ, the late rapper’s total value of his estate is estimated to be $3,278,867.49. This value included his Miami condo, which is worth $1,490,000, and different bank accounts. One of the accounts reportedly has $1,001,515.68 in it. His watch and jewelry collection is valued at $459,318.75.

Juice’s mom Carmela Wallace filed to be appointed over her son’s estate. He had no kids and was not married.

Before his death, Juice was hit with a copyright infringement lawsuit over his breakout hit “Lucid Dreams” by the punk rock band, Yellowcard.

According to court documents obtained by XXL on Wednesday (Feb. 12), the presiding judge has paused the proceedings until someone becomes appointed as the executor of the late rapper’s estate. The judge has reportedly offered a two-month deadline for an executor to be appointed. 

“The action is stayed pending the appointment of a representative for the estate of Defendant [Juice WRLD] by the probate court,” the judge wrote in their decision. “The parties shall file a status report re: the probate proceedings no later than April 13, 2020.”

The Chicago-bred rapper died from an accidental overdose, according to the Cook County Medical Examiner. According to TMZ, the medical examiner’s office says oxycodone and codeine were found in his system. He died from the toxic levels of that mixture of drugs. 

Since his passing, Juice has been featured in a number of songs. Most recently, he was featured on Eminem’s “Godzilla.” The corresponding video for the track featured a tribute to Juice at the end of the visual. Juice reportedly had 2,000 songs unreleased songs in the works before he passed.


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