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Juice WRLD’s Producer Max Lord Claims Label ‘Grade A’ Tried To Kill Him

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Juice Wrld’s Engineer Alleges His Label Tried To Kill Him

Juice Wrld’s Engineer Max Lord Defends Ally Lotti, Alleges His Label Tried To Kill Him Also

Earlier this week, Juice WRLD’s girlfriend Ally Lotti claims the rapper’s label Grade A are hiding the truth about his death and also trying to kill her.

Just in time, Juice Wrld’s engineer-producer Max Lord, is defending the late rapper’s ex-girlfriend Ally Lotti recent claims and is also claiming the record label threatened to kill him.

“Needed to respond to some defaming tweets and address my support for [Ally Lotti]. We Love you Juice, and something needs to change,” said on Twitter.

“This @chasemasta kid is working directly with grade a; [George ‘G Money’ Dickinson] and [Peter Jideonwo] to cause distrust and chaos in the juice wrld community. He is randomly speaking on things that are verbatim out of the mouths on private phone calls between us.”

“They called me in March 2020 threatening me to give them my recording equipment, demanding I come set it up at their house and leave it there, which wasn’t even very much gear at the time.”

He continued, “I’m sure they can afford the 8k worth of equipment, much [of] which I built and modded myself because I actually know what it even is. It seems like they are trying to smear my name in relations to Juice to get me out of their way.”

In the early hours of 8 December 2019, less than a week after his 21st birthday, Juice WRLD died of an accidental overdose of oxycodone and codeine shortly after landing at Chicago’s Midway airport.

 

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