Lil Bibby threatens to cancel Juice WRLD’s posthumous album ‘The Party Never Ends’


's next posthumous album, The Party Never Ends, has been anticipated for around a year but the possibilities of its release haven't been so certain. A conversion between Juice's manager and another person recently circulated on social media indicating that the upcoming project might be canceled due to leaking.

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“These leaks are getting out of hand,'' Bibby wrote in the text chat. ‘'I hope all the fans are happy, the party never ends might be canceled if all this shit leaks.''

The album has been announced numerous times since 2021. In October, Bibby revealed that the album won't be released, but instead another project would drop to accompany Juice's documentary Into The Abyss.

Bibby later announced that The Party Never Ends will release after Fighting Demons, Juice's second posthumous album that dropped last December. Bibby confirmed in the same month that another Juice album was on the way and that it was The Party Never Ends.

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