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Juice Wrld’s engineer says label wants to kill him


Juice's engineer also says Grade A is trying to defame him on social media

Since passed away in , there have been many complaints about how the late rapper's estate is being managed. Juice's engineer Max Lord is making some serious accusations against the rapper's label, Grade A. The engineer is claiming the label is threatening to kill him.

The associate made his rant on claiming an account under the name Chase Masta is working with George “G Money” Dickinson and Juice's manager Peter Jideonwo to defame him on Twitter. He also showed support for Juice's girlfriend who has in the past deemed the rapper's death as suspicious.

“Needed to respond to some defaming tweets, and address my support for [Ally Lotti]. We Love you Juice, and something needs to change,” Max wrote under pictures of his previous tweets.
“These open threats of violence against me from Grade A, posted on Chase's Twitter, this stuff is absurd,'' one of the tweets read. ‘'They're openly threatening to kill me. They've stolen firearms from me. They've threatened me with them. We've gotten in physical altercations because Juice didn't like beats G Money tried to have him record on the day before he passed away, that he would profit from. With Ally coming [out] about these sorts of things, I owe it to her and Jarad to back her up here and speak out on this.”

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