Ally Lotti, who was close to Juice Wrld, says that the rapper’s death is more public than is being said, and Lil Bibby seems to be responding.
On Sunday, June 5, a private Instagram DM conversation was viral in which Lotti filmed herself and talked about Juice Wrld’s sad death in December 2019. The video was sent to a user who was not named.
Lottie said in the video, “I’ve been quiet for the past year and a half.” “I kept my distance from everyone because I knew what would happen. If people knew what happened the day before Jarrard died, the day he died, and all the other things I can’t talk about right now. I would, though. I’d do it. I Just make sure I’m safe.”
Lottie went on, “I know you have my full support.” “I can’t leave Jarrard’s history behind. Jarrard would never do that to any of his fans…”
She also said, “It’s always about money, and Jarrard makes enough to fix that.”
At the end of the video, Lottie says, “I’ll go to court.”
We won’t talk about when she trips or makes a mistake because it makes her feel bad and insecure.
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So I teased them and talked to them when they weren’t looking.
So, really, you should look at the links in my resume this week. You’ll find all the answers you need and learn more. You’ll see more happiness and love, which is something you’ve learned over the years. It’s true that I’m loud, but only because I’m sweet on the inside.
And at one point being able to show every part of my life or myself on OF and my brand like that. I told you before, Jump, that I love you even if you hate me. You will love me/understand why I love you.
Because I’m an adult and have been myself for years, I post everything I do on these links. I’m sure you know this, but don’t poop in a rude way.
But from now on, I will always be. I want it to be loud and clear because I finally feel like I deserve it.