Jarad Higgins grew up in Calumet Park, a Cook County suburb of his native Chicago. He later settled with his family in Homewood, four villages south, where he attended Homewood-Flossmoor High School. Higgins’ parents divorced at an early age, resulting in his separation from his father at a young age. His mother raised him, his older brother, and his younger sister alone. Because his mother was a very conservative Christian woman, she forbade him to listen to rap during his childhood. Thanks to his cousin, he was still able to follow the hip-hop scene and listened mostly to artists such as Gucci Mane, Birdman, Lil Wayne, and Billy Idol during his youth. He learned to play various instruments, including piano, guitar, and drums. By the start of his sophomore year in high school, he began rapping and contemplating a related career. As of October 2017, Higgins was living in Los Angeles with his girlfriend.
On Dec. 8, 2019, Higgins flew in a private jet from Van Nuys Airport in Los Angeles to Chicago-Midway Airport. While the plane was in the air, responding officers from the Chicago Police Department, as well as the FBI and FAA, took up positions at the destination airport after previously receiving a tip from the pilot that there were weapons and drugs aboard the plane. After the jet landed, officers recovered a total of 31 kilograms of marijuana, opioids, three handguns, and ammunition. During the search, Higgins suddenly had a seizure and subsequently collapsed. Members of his team confessed that he had ingested “several unknown pills,” including allegedly several tablets of the painkiller Percocet, in order to conceal them from officers. Percocet is a mixture of oxycodone and acetaminophen available in the United States. After Higgins’ collapse, officers administered Narcan, an antidote used for opiate overdoses, to him at the scene. He was subsequently admitted to Oak Lawn Hospital, where he was pronounced dead shortly thereafter. The official cause of death, according to the autopsy report, was an overdose of oxycodone and codeine.
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