As the world keeps on grieving Juice WRLD following his less than ideal passing on December 8, a claim stacked against him seethes on. Florida pop punk band Yellowcard documented a claim against Juice—genuine name Jarad Higgins—alongside Nick Mira, Taz Taylor, and Interscope Records back in October blaming them for replicating the band’s 2006 tune “Holly Wood Died” to make “Clear Dreams.” Representing Yellowcard for their situation is lawyer Richard Busch, a similar legal advisor who brought home a triumph for Marvin Gaye’s Estate when they went facing Pharrell Williams and Robin Thicke over “Obscured Lines.”
In spite of the fact that the updates on Higgins’ demise is awful, it hasn’t halted Yellowcard and Busch from pushing ahead. XXL has affirmed that on Tuesday, Busch documented a movement to have the prosecution set on stop until February 2020. “Regardless we’re processing the news,” Busch disclosed to Digital Music News. Clearly, Juice WRLD won’t be interviewed when the opportunity arrives, yet Busch is resolved to press forward to demonstrate that every other gathering included knew about “Holly Wood Died” when forming the six-time platinum “Clear Dreams.”
Then, fans are as yet anticipating the consequences of Juice WRLD’s toxicology report that will demonstrate, or invalidate, bits of gossip that the seizure that ended his life was the aftereffect of an overdose of pills.