Florida rapper Lil Pump is sparking major controversy. In new rock-and-roll music he previewed, Pump name-drops the late Juice WRLD, who overdosed in December of 2019. The lyrics have caused lots of backlash for the hip-hop rookie, who hasn’t responded yet.

Lil Pump Pumps Up Juice WRLD Controversy

In new footage, Pump mentions the seventy pounds of marijuana found on Juice WRLD’s plane at the time of his death. That’s not all, he also references the Percocet he had overdosed on.

“Momma told me don’t go to school on the Percocet, like Juice WRLD seventy pounds on the private jet” -Lil Pump’s Instagram

The Internet Isn’t Having It

Social media has erupted over the lines. Fans are accusing Pump of being disrespectful and clout-chasing among other things.

Wait, There’s More

Outside of the drama, LP recently posted a solo pic of himself donning a huge ‘Dade County’ tattoo across his tummy. He’s repping his entire area code with the new stomach ink.

“Dade County Pump” -Lil Pump’s Instagram

Before You Go

On Friday, Lil Pump dropped his skull-filled, spooky new “Illuminati” music video with collator Anuel AA. The record is Pump’s first new song since summer 2019.

Rumors about a new music video from Lil Pump surfaced late last year when the 19-year-old “Gucci Gang” rapper shared a profanity-laced Instagram clip showing his bloodied hand after being bitten by a snake. On Friday (April 24), Pump and Anuel AA dropped the hellish Spiff TV-directed video for “Illuminati,” which features the two artists surrounded by death, fire and plenty of serpents. “Illuminati” and its accompanying video were released through Tha Lights Global. (Billboard)

Lil Pump teams up with Annuel AA to drop his “Illuminati” video