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Melania and Donald Trump sleep on separate floors, says book

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Melania Trump sleeps in a separate bedroom on a different floor of the White House from her husband, has her own ‘glam room,’ nearly lost a kidney during her May 2018 health crisis and has feuded with her step-daughter Ivanka Trump, a new book claims.  

‘Free, Melania,’ written by CNN reporter Kate Bennett, is an unauthorized biography of the first lady that reveals the level of influence Melania, 49, plays in Donald Trump‘s administration despite the pubic rarely hearing from her.

The 288-page book is out Tuesday and it examines Melania’s life ‘from her childhood in Slovenia to her days in the White House, and everything in between,’ according to its summary on Amazon.com.

An upcoming biography of Melania Trump reveals new details about the first lady

An upcoming biography of Melania Trump reveals new details about the first lady

An upcoming biography of Melania Trump reveals new details about the first lady

'Free, Melania' is out on Tuesday

'Free, Melania' is out on Tuesday

‘Free, Melania’ is out on Tuesday

The biography reveals President Trump and Melania Trump - seen above on inauguration day - sleep in separate bedrooms on different floors of the White House

The biography reveals President Trump and Melania Trump - seen above on inauguration day - sleep in separate bedrooms on different floors of the White House

The biography reveals President Trump and Melania Trump – seen above on inauguration day – sleep in separate bedrooms on different floors of the White House

Revelations include why the first lady wore that infamous ‘I really don’t care, do u’ jacket, new details on the severity of her May 2018 health crisis, behind-the-scene details of her White House life, and an examination of the first lady’s relationship with Ivanka Trump.

Ivanka Trump’s portfolio – which includes women’s issues and overseas trips to promote her causes – and its similarity to activities usually done by a first lady have caused drama to the two women, CNN notes in its write up of the book.

‘The trips were, according to a source, too close for comfort for Melania, who thought Ivanka was invading her turf,’ Bennet writes, according to The New York Times, which obtained a copy of the biography.  

In fact, Bennet theorizes that Melania’s wearing of the ‘I really don’t care do u jacket’ – which she donned to June 2018 trip to the Texas border – was directed at Ivanka. 

‘I believed, and still do, that the jacket was a facetious jab at Ivanka and her near-constant attempts to attach herself for positive administration talking points,’ Bennett writes.

The White House said the jacket’s message was directed at the media. 

And Melania herself told ABC News the jacket was directed at ‘the people and for the left-wing media who are criticizing me.’  

‘I want to show them that I don’t care,’ she said. ‘You could criticize whatever you want to say, but it will not stop me to do what I feel is right.’

The jacket caused a huge controversy at the time and is still one of the defining images of the first lady – who is often judged by her outfits (the military style jackets, her stiletto heels, and the jacket thrown over the shoulders).  

Ivanka Trump was 23 when the then-Melania Knauss married Trump at a church near the couple’s Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida.

Knauss was Trump’s third marriage. 

The book claims Melania Trump and Ivanka Trump - seen in the Oval Office in February 2017 - have feuded

The book claims Melania Trump and Ivanka Trump - seen in the Oval Office in February 2017 - have feuded

The book claims Melania Trump and Ivanka Trump – seen in the Oval Office in February 2017 – have feuded

The book claims first daughter Ivanka and first lady Melania - seen on inauguration day - have clashed over their respective roles in the administration

The book claims first daughter Ivanka and first lady Melania - seen on inauguration day - have clashed over their respective roles in the administration

The book claims first daughter Ivanka and first lady Melania – seen on inauguration day – have clashed over their respective roles in the administration

Book author Kate Bennet theorizes Melania's 'I really don't care, do u' jacket was aimed at Ivanka

Book author Kate Bennet theorizes Melania's 'I really don't care, do u' jacket was aimed at Ivanka

Book author Kate Bennet theorizes Melania’s ‘I really don’t care, do u’ jacket was aimed at Ivanka

Despite the tension the two women were reported to have tag-teamed the president in the past – first to urge him to end his controversial policy of separating migrant children from their families caught illegally crossing the border and then after his rally in North Carolina this past July, where they told him to disavow the ‘send her back’ chant his supporters yelled about Democratic Congresswoman Ilhan Omar.  

Additionally ‘Free, Melania’ offers new details on the first lady’s May 2018 kidney procedure, when she was hospitalized for a week and spent over 20 days out of public sight recovering. 

The White House said the first lady ‘underwent an embolization procedure to treat a benign kidney condition.’

But ‘Free, Melania’ reports Melania’s friends feared she could have lost the organ. 

‘Melania’s medical procedure was indeed not minor — and that an embolization of a growth of some sort, small or large, when attached to the kidney, as hers might have been, made for a dangerous and complicated procedure,’ the book notes.  

‘Couple that with the amount of pain she had apparently been in, according to close friends, and how long she had been in pain prior to the surgery, and there was concern that if her recuperation was not careful and extended, her type of condition could possibly result in the loss of her kidney,’ it adds. 

Melania Trump has been one of the most private first ladies in recent history.

She rarely gives a TV interview, has yet to appear on the cover of a major magazine, and her staff runs her social media accounts. 

A few details have leaked out here and there. 

Melania Trump has made it clear her priority is her 13-year-old son Barron

Melania Trump has made it clear her priority is her 13-year-old son Barron

Melania Trump has made it clear her priority is her 13-year-old son Barron

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But she has taken a personal interest in overseeing events like the White House Christmas decorations - above she receives the White House Christmas Tree

But she has taken a personal interest in overseeing events like the White House Christmas decorations - above she receives the White House Christmas Tree

But she has taken a personal interest in overseeing events like the White House Christmas decorations – above she receives the White House Christmas Tree

Melania personally chose the 'Spirit of America' Christmas theme for the White House

Melania personally chose the 'Spirit of America' Christmas theme for the White House

Melania personally chose the ‘Spirit of America’ Christmas theme for the White House

The most consistent of which is that Melania has made it clear her 13-year-old son Barron is her first priority.

The first lady delayed moving into the White House after her husband was elected so their son could finish out his school year in New York.

And she told school kids on an April trip to Fort Bragg of her role that: ‘It’s a balancing act and my son – our son – is still a priority. So I feel I am still a mother first. He is at an age where he needs parents for guidance.’

She’s also offered tidbits like the family’s favorite meal was ‘maybe spaghetti,’ she has redecorated the White House bowling alley, and that her son is not on social media.

She and the president were reported to have separate rooms but the biography reveals they sleep on separate floors in the White House residence. 

And the first lady has her own suite of rooms in the White House on a separate floor from the president’s.

President Trump is on the second floor while Melania Trump is on the third floor, in the two-room space formerly occupied by Michelle Obama’s mother, Marian Robinson.

The first lady also has a ‘glam room,’ where she does her hair and makeup, and a private gym with a Pilates machine, the book reveals. 

It's unclear what role Melania will play in the 2020 election but she spoke at the June campaign rally in Florida where President Trump formally announced his bid for a second term

It's unclear what role Melania will play in the 2020 election but she spoke at the June campaign rally in Florida where President Trump formally announced his bid for a second term

It’s unclear what role Melania will play in the 2020 election but she spoke at the June campaign rally in Florida where President Trump formally announced his bid for a second term

‘Free, Melania’ comes out after the first lady has spent nearly three years in the White House and the president is gearing up for his 2020 re-election campaign. 

It’s unclear what role Melania will play in that endeavor but she did speak at his rally formally kicking off his re-election effort. 

Barely garnering a mention in the book’s pages is the first couple’s son, Barron. 

And it notes Melania’s signature program ‘Be Best’ is unlikely to have the kind of lasting impact of Nancy Reagan’s Just Say No or Michelle Obama’s Let’s Move initiatives.  

Besides her Be Best initiative, the first lady has taken a strong interest in holiday celebrations at the White House, personally overseeing and designing themes for major events like the Easter Egg Roll and the White House Christmas decorations, which were revealed on Monday.

This year’s White House theme is ‘Spirit of America’ and Melania first started planning for them in June. 

Her goal is for guests to experience the warmth of family when they visit the White House, her spokesperson said.

‘As always, Mrs. Trump put the guest experience first and applied that to every detail of planning. It is her intention that people get a sense of warmth, family, nostalgia, and the important meaning of Christmas as they walk the halls of the people’s house,’ White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham told DailyMail.com earlier this month. 

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Manchester City fan accused of making monkey sounds at United star Fred is family man, 41

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Anthony Burke (pictured) from Manchester was filmed appearing to make racist gestures

Anthony Burke (pictured) from Manchester was filmed appearing to make racist gestures

Anthony Burke (pictured) from Manchester was filmed appearing to make racist gestures

A Manchester City fan arrested over claims he made monkey gestures at United star Fred said he was not racist and was ‘putting my hands in my pants’.

Anthony Burke, a 41-year-old Army veteran from Manchester, appeared to be motioning towards the Brazilian footballer during yesterday’s derby.

But the father and ex-soldier, who served in Northern Ireland with the Cheshire Regiment, wrote on Facebook last night: ‘Listen, I’m only racist c*** because I had a screen shot that made me look it.

‘However I ain’t racist, watch the match half of it was me with me putting my hands in my pants.’

He added: ‘Bullsh** not ar*** I know the true and I’ve already made appointment to speak to the police which I did so think what you like.’

Burke’s ex-partner told MailOnline he was arrested this morning.

Greater Manchester Police confirmed a 41-year-old man had been remanded in custody, but would not be drawn on his identity.

Yet Amy, from Wythenshawe, Manchester, said: ‘He is with the police – he has been arrested.

‘He was arrested this morning. He doesn’t live with me. It’s horrible – I have had death threats and my kids.

‘I have been in tears. I am really surprised – this is not like him – his family are black. I keep watching the footage back and I can’t say whether he’s done it or not. Has he done it or hasn’t he done it?

‘I just can’t say and I haven’t spoken to him.’ ‘It’s amazing how you can get famous for the wrong thing.’

This pictured Manchester City fan appeared to make the racist remarks and gestures

This pictured Manchester City fan appeared to make the racist remarks and gestures

This pictured Manchester City fan appeared to make the racist remarks and gestures

The father appears to have served in Northern Ireland with the British Army and according to his social media is a civil engineering manager at Kier Group

The father appears to have served in Northern Ireland with the British Army and according to his social media is a civil engineering manager at Kier Group

Burke

Burke

The father (left and right) appears to have served in Northern Ireland with the British Army and according to his social media is a civil engineering manager at Kier Group

But the father and ex-soldier, who served in Northern Ireland with the Cheshire Regiment, wrote on Facebook last night: 'Listen, I'm only racist c*** because I had a screen shot that made me look it'

But the father and ex-soldier, who served in Northern Ireland with the Cheshire Regiment, wrote on Facebook last night: 'Listen, I'm only racist c*** because I had a screen shot that made me look it'

But the father and ex-soldier, who served in Northern Ireland with the Cheshire Regiment, wrote on Facebook last night: ‘Listen, I’m only racist c*** because I had a screen shot that made me look it’

Burke's (pictured) ex-partner has told Mailonline he was arrested this morning by police

Burke's (pictured) ex-partner has told Mailonline he was arrested this morning by police

Burke

Burke

Burke’s (pictured) ex-partner has told Mailonline he was arrested this morning by police

Burke (one place to the left of steward on the right) appeared to make monkey noises and gestures towards Fred

Burke (one place to the left of steward on the right) appeared to make monkey noises and gestures towards Fred

Burke (one place to the left of steward on the right) appeared to make monkey noises and gestures towards Fred

it is believed the father served in the British Army in Northern Ireland and is a civil engineering manager at Kier

it is believed the father served in the British Army in Northern Ireland and is a civil engineering manager at Kier

it is believed the father served in the British Army in Northern Ireland and is a civil engineering manager at Kier

The die-hard Manchester City fan has been arrested this morning, his ex-partner has said

The die-hard Manchester City fan has been arrested this morning, his ex-partner has said

Burke

Burke

The die-hard Manchester City fan (left and right) has been arrested this morning, his ex-partner has said

Kier Group, which Burke worked for as a civil engineering manager, tweeted he has been suspended pending an investigation.

Players were targeted with racist abuse and had objects thrown at them by City fans during the Premier League clash at the Etihad Stadium.

Following United’s 2-1 victory, winger Jesse Lingard tweeted: ‘Not even this idiot can ruin tonight’s feeling, shameful behaviour, it may be the derby but there is never ever a reason to be racist!’

Striker Marcus Rashford posted: ‘Can’t beat a derby win. Stood up to EVERYTHING thrown at us & got what we deserved.’

And Ashley Young added: ‘Should never have to post anything like this because I’d have thought it’s obvious but racism has no place in football or society.

‘Kudos to @ManchesterCity for the swift statement, I hope the individual is properly dealt with.’      

More than one Manchester United player is understood to have been racially abused

More than one Manchester United player is understood to have been racially abused

More than one Manchester United player is understood to have been racially abused

But the only known incident so far is of a fan appearing to target Fred when he went to take a corner

But the only known incident so far is of a fan appearing to target Fred when he went to take a corner

But the only known incident so far is of a fan appearing to target Fred when he went to take a corner

Footage firstly appeared to show a Manchester City fan making monkey gestures at Fred

Footage firstly appeared to show a Manchester City fan making monkey gestures at Fred

Footage firstly appeared to show a Manchester City fan making monkey gestures at Fred

Sportsmail understands the incident was seen by United officials on their phones and passed on to stewards who reported it to the control centre where all the CCTV is.

Fred had already been struck by a water bottle and lighter thrown by a City fan and was then seen clutching his neck in pain.

He had gone over to take a corner kick just after the hour mark where he was met by many disgruntled home fans.

The City supporters then began to jeer the United midfielder before beginning to throw objects in his direction – with a couple striking him.

City fans continued to cause unsavoury scenes during the corner kick due to frustration their side were 2-0 down. 

The Manchester United midfielder was subjected to gestures as well from the supporter

The Manchester United midfielder was subjected to gestures as well from the supporter

The Manchester United midfielder was subjected to gestures as well from the supporter

Manchester City insist they are aware of the situation and will help with enquiries

Manchester City insist they are aware of the situation and will help with enquiries

Manchester City insist they are aware of the situation and will help with enquiries

After the game, Fred said: ‘Unfortunately, we are still in a backward society. [It is a shame] we still have to live with that in 2019. On the field, I didn’t see anything. I saw it only in the locker room afterwards. 

Boris to blame? You can’t be serious, Gary

Former England player Gary Neville accused Boris Johnson of ‘fuelling’ racism after last night’s incident.

Speaking on Sky Sports, Neville said: ‘You are watching the Prime Minister’s debate last night where he [Mr Johnson] is talking about migration to this country, and people having to have certain levels. It fuels it all the time.

‘It has got worse over the last few years in this country and not just in football.’ 

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn piled in, tweeting: ‘Powerful statement from [Gary Neville] condemning Boris Johnson’s shameful record of fuelling racism.’

Others challenged Mr Corbyn. Rob Hulley tweeted: ‘Why blame Boris for racism, it was here before him and will be here a long time after him.’

Another user replied to Neville, telling him: ‘Stick to football and keep your political views to yourself.’

‘The guys showed me… I try not to care about that. I try to look ahead. Unfortunately, this is happening in some stadiums. It happened here, it happened in Ukraine with some friends. It’s sad, but we have to keep our heads up and forget about that. 

‘We can’t give them any attention because that’s all they want. I spoke to the referee after the match, they will do something about it and that’s all. We are all the same regardless of skin color, hair and gender. 

‘We came from the same place and we all go to the same place when it’s all said and done. Thank God I have a lot of friends here in the locker room who hugged me, like Lingard. I don’t want to think about it. I just want to move on.’ 

United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was angry amid the fallout from more racism in a high-profile game.

‘I’ve seen it on the video,’ he said. ‘Fred and Jesse (Lingard) in the corner taking coins from the City fans first of all, so they’ve got to go away.’

He added: ‘We have to stamp it out. We keep talking about it every single week and it’s not acceptable.’ 

City, the Premier League champions, said: ‘Manchester City FC are aware of a video circulating on social media which appears to show a supporter making racial gestures.

‘The club operates a zero tolerance policy regarding discrimination of any kind, and anyone found guilty of racial abuse will be banned from the club for life.’ 

Fred had already been hit with an object thrown from the crowd in the Manchester derby

Fred had already been hit with an object thrown from the crowd in the Manchester derby

Fred had already been hit with an object thrown from the crowd in the Manchester derby

But the awful incident did not prevent his side from securing a victory over their neighbours

But the awful incident did not prevent his side from securing a victory over their neighbours

But the awful incident did not prevent his side from securing a victory over their neighbours

English football’s anti-racism body, Kick It Out, said it had been ‘inundated with reports of alleged racist abuse from a number of individuals’ at the game.

The incident occurred nearly a year to the day since Raheem Sterling faced similar unsavoury abuse at Stamford Bridge from a fan who Chelsea banned permanently from the ground in July.

Racism has blighted the game this year and England’s Euro qualifier was suspended in Bulgaria after home supporters directed their racist vitriol at Gareth Southgate’s black players in October. 

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has stated anyone found to be responsible should be banned and shouldn't be watching football

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has stated anyone found to be responsible should be banned and shouldn't be watching football

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has stated anyone found to be responsible should be banned and shouldn’t be watching football

Former City defender Micah Richards called the actions ‘disheartening’ and believes that while the whole ground should not be blamed, no player should feel judged by the colour of their skin.

He told Sky Sports: ‘It’s difficult because social media’s so back nowadays. Maybe ten years ago that wouldn’t have been seen.’

Gary Neville and Jamie Redknapp were equally critical of the latest instant of players suffering racist abuse, with the former stating that the issue is pandemic while Redknapp reiterated the point that it transcends the game of football.

‘Sterling has been powerful on this issue. There was a horrific incident about [Chris] Smalling and [Romelu] Lukaku. It’s rampant in this country,’ Neville said.

‘It’s happening not just in Bulgaria, it’s happening in our country. We’re poor at dealing with it themselves. It’s a problem for everybody and it won’t go away until punishments are handed out.

‘It’s what Man City can do themselves which is banning anyone found responsible for life. It’s what the authorities do to stop it out for good.

‘It’s something that’s got worse in this country, not just in football.’

Redknapp added: ‘It’s a society problem. Something has to be done about it. It’s not just about banning [anyone found responsible] from a football game.

‘It shows there’s a problem in the environment… it’s disgusting.’

Former Manchester City right-back Micah Richards called the incident 'disheartening'

Former Manchester City right-back Micah Richards called the incident 'disheartening'

Former Manchester City right-back Micah Richards called the incident ‘disheartening’

Earlier Saturday, a fourth-tier game in England was temporarily stopped by the referee for racism.

Forest Green Rovers pledged to take stringent action against a supporter for racially abusing a Scunthorpe player during the League Two game.

Referee John Busby spoke to both managers before a stadium announcement was relayed to the crowd, with the game paused.

The fan involved was quickly identified and an investigation immediately launched, with the perpetrator set to be handed a lifetime ban by the club.

Forest Green Rovers spokesman Will Guyatt said: ‘We can confirm we are currently investigating a report of racist abuse from a single fan towards an opposition player.

‘We will be talking to that person as soon as possible. We would like to make clear that the club does not tolerate racism, and the ongoing investigation will end with a lifetime ban if found guilty.’

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Prime Minister Scott Morrison has paid tribute to NSW firefighters as crews try to contain dozens of bushfires across the state before temperatures soar later this week.

Firefighters had another tough day on Saturday battling blazes including the massive Gospers Mountain mega fire near Sydney’s northwestern outskirts, which has merged with neighbouring fires.

Conditions eased on Sunday, allowing firefighters a chance to do critical back-burning and containment work ahead of Tuesday, when the mercury is tipped to soar into the 40s in parts of the state.

“We’ve got much more benign conditions, particularly a dominant easterly influence which will stretch pretty much right across most of our fire grounds,” NSW Rural Fire Service Commissioner Shane Fitzsimmons told Seven News on Sunday.

“Which means hundreds – as a matter of fact more than 1600 – firefighters are around again today doing really important and critical back burning and containment-line consolidation to try and gain the upper hand before we see those conditions deteriorate into Tuesday.”

There was a total of 91 fires burning across NSW on Sunday evening, 48 of which were not contained, the RFS said.

Five of these were at a watch and act level.

“Crews have worked hard today locking in containment lines and working to open roads,” the agency posted on Twitter.

The Bureau of Meteorology tweeted a warning on Sunday that much of inland NSW would “swelter” through a heatwave early this week.

“With hot 40-plus-degree days and very warm 20-plus-degree nights,” it tweeted.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison visited the RFS Control Centre in the Hawkesbury on Sunday for a briefing and update, Mr Fitzsimmons posted on Twitter on Sunday afternoon.

“The PM also delivered a message of thanks to crews in the field, via the radio network.”

Mr Morrison later tweeted: “Our firefighters battling the bushfires are truly amazing.”

Air quality in Coffs Harbour, Bathurst, Tamworth and Gunnedah also reached hazardous levels on Sunday evening.

“Very high” fire danger is in place for Monday for the greater Hunter, Illawarra/Shoalhaven, Monaro alpine, southern ranges, central ranges, northern slopes and north-western fire regions, as well as the ACT.

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Rapper Juice Wrld dies aged 21 after ‘suffering a seizure’ at Chicago’s Midway airport

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Rapper Juice Wrld has died aged 21 after suffering a reported seizure at Chicago’s Midway airport Sunday morning. 

The up and coming star was bleeding from the mouth when medics arrived, according to TMZ

He is understood to have been conscious before being rushed to hospital, where he was declared dead. 

A cause of death is not yet known.

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Rapper Juice Wrld has died aged 21 after suffering a seizure at Chicago’s Midway airport Sunday morning. The up and coming star was bleeding from the mouth when medics arrived, TMZ reports. He is pictured performing in September this year

The rapper, pictured with his girlfriend Ally Lotti, had only turned 21 just last week

The rapper, pictured with his girlfriend Ally Lotti, had only turned 21 just last week

The rapper, pictured with his girlfriend Ally Lotti, had only turned 21 just last week

The rapper, pictured with his girlfriend Ally Lotti, had only turned 21 just last week

The rapper, pictured with his girlfriend Ally Lotti, had only turned 21 just last week

Juice Wrld, real name Jarad A Higgins, is said to have fallen ill after landing into Chicago from California early Sunday morning.

He was walking through the airport when sources tell TMZ he suffered the seizure. 

Juice Wrld had enjoyed hits with Lucid Dreams in 2018 and All Girls Are the Same. 

In his song Legends he rapped: ‘What’s the 27 Club? We ain’t making it past 21. I been going through paranoia.’ 

He also featured on Travis Scott’s AstroWorld album.

His Juice Wrld stage name was said to have been inspired by the 1992 film, Juice, starring Tupac Shakur. 

The rapper had only turned 21 just last week. 

On December 3 he tweeted his girlfriend Ally Lotti to say: ‘It’s us forever bb girl.’ He had earlier said he had had ‘one of the best birthdays ever’. 

She last tweeted on December 6, writing: ‘you r enough’ and ‘where is your mind’.  

Following the news of his death fellow rapper Killy tweeted Sunday morning: ‘Rest In Peace Juice Wrld.’ 

Fans also paid tribute, calling him a ‘legend’ and ‘one of the most talented and influential artist of the generation’.  

Juice Wrld, real name Jarad A Higgins, is said to have fallen ill after landing into Chicago from California early Sunday morning. He is said to have been walking through the airport when sources tell TMZ he suffered the seizure

Juice Wrld, real name Jarad A Higgins, is said to have fallen ill after landing into Chicago from California early Sunday morning. He is said to have been walking through the airport when sources tell TMZ he suffered the seizure

Juice Wrld, real name Jarad A Higgins, is said to have fallen ill after landing into Chicago from California early Sunday morning. He is said to have been walking through the airport when sources tell TMZ he suffered the seizure

In October of this year rock band Yellowcard announced they were suing Juice WRLD for $15 million for copyright infringement.

They claimed he copied melodic elements of their 2006 song Holly Wood Died for his breakthrough 2018 single Lucid Dreams.

Lucid Dreams is actually structured prominently around a sample of Sting’s 1993 song Shape Of My Heart. 

Following the news of his death fans paid tribute online, calling him a 'legend'

Following the news of his death fans paid tribute online, calling him a 'legend'

Following the news of his death fans paid tribute online, calling him a ‘legend

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