Lil Pump has referenced the late Juice WRLD in a new track to much anger. Having alienated Billie Eilish fans last week, Pump is making even more enemies because of a recent Instagram post.

"Mama told me, 'Don't go to school on a Percocet'/Like Juice Wrld, 70 pounds on the private jet/I was in a purple Wraith riding with two bricks of meth/Uh, I shot him in the arm but it hit his neck (Like)," Pump rapped in a preview for an unreleased song. Watch the video below.

Juice WRLD died in December last year at the age of 21 following a seizure in Chicago Midway Airport. The rapper ingested several pills including Percocets in an attempt to hide them from police while they were searching his plane.

Now, his fans are taking aim at Lil Pump for his insensitive lyrics which make clear reference to his death, officially deemed to be the result of oxycodone and codeine toxicity.

Meanwhile, Juice WRLD has released his first posthumous single and music video titled “Righteous.” Watch it here.

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