Juice WRLD Takes A Stand Against Popping Xans

Watch the Illinois-raised spitter share his thoughts on drug usage.

(AllHipHop News) Back in 2013, Kendrick Lamar played a role in helping to end "Molly Rap" when the TDE emcee called for the death of the drug in his “B*tch, Don’t Kill My Vibe" music video. Fast forward to 2018 and there's another rhymer blasting another popular narcotic.

"Xans are horrible. I think that's worse than crack. Somebody doing crack, they know they're messed up. You know you're strung out if you're doing crack," stated Juice WRLD on Big Boy's Neighborhood. "But Xans, you could take them and you think you're fine, and you're self-destructing, for real.

The Goodbye & Good Riddance album creator added, "You can't do nothing off Xans. After a while, that becomes your sober. You can function but you're not yourself. You can black out at random times and come back at random times."

Hip Hop stars like Lil Uzi Vert, Migos, Future, Lil Pump, Famous Dex, Lil Xan, and many others have talked about Xanax in their music. In contrast, artists such as Chance The Rapper, Isaiah Rashad, and Juice WRLD revealed they no longer pop the pill. Danny Brown and Russ took it a step further by rebuking rappers that glamorized drug usage.