Lil Bibby has broken his silence for the first time since the death of his artist, Juice Wrld's passing.
"Rest easy lil brother," Bibby wrote. "Young GOAT, Most talented I've ever witnessed. You will be missed. Watched you 1 take platinum records. Gonna miss u freestyling around the crib all day even though that shit got a lil irritating. Most genuine person I've ever met. Miss u, love u brother," he posted on social media alongside a video of Juice freestyling.
Bibby, a former rapper who is currently a record exec, discovered Juice in 2017 and helped sign Juice to Grade A Productions before landing a deal with Interscope Records.
"I decided to sign with Lil Bibby and G Money at Grade A because as far as just where we from and them letting me know like, they made it clear exactly what was gonna happen, the chances of something happening, the chances of something not happening. They kept it a hunnid. That's one of the best choices I probably ever made," Juice told XXL back in October.