While the Hip-Hop community mourns the tragic death of Juice Wrld, fellow rapper Joyner Lucas says he knows exactly what contributed to the 21-year-old’s untimely demise.

Juice Wrld died Sunday (Dec. 8) after he reportedly suffered a seizure at Chicago’s Midway Airport shortly after landing following a flight from California.

Sources close to the rapper say he may have caused his own death by swallowing a bunch of Percocet pills in a desperate attempt to hide them from federal agents who were tipped off about his crew having contraband (i.e. drugs and weapons) aboard the private jet they were flying on.

However, Joyner Lucas says Juice Wrld’s death wasn’t the direct result of his own actions, rather, the glorification of drugs from other big-name rappers in the industry.

“Juice wrld was 21. He was a product of our generation of rappers who glorified drugs and made it cool,” Lucas shared on Twitter.

“I’m blaming y’all n***az for this sh*t. All that lean and pills n***az glorify and talk about. You teaching the kids to do it. Smh you happy now? Rip @JuiceWorlddd. Gone too soon.”

A fan responded to Lucas’ statement, saying that he “didn’t know much about [Juice Wrld],” to which Lucas replied: “I never said juice glorified them. I knew what juice spoke about. Poor kid was depressed and went thru a lot so he used drugs as a outlet.”

The “I’m Not Racist” rapper continued: “Its this generation of music that glorified drugs and made them cool so kids like him and other kids abuse them. It’s a cycle dude. Smh.”

Joyner Lucas’ comments come after reports revealed that Juice Wrld was administered an anti-overdose medication by authorities after he started convulsing and going into a seizure while federal officials searched his plane.

Juice Wrld (real name: Jarad Anthony Higgins) was rushed to the hospital and was pronounced dead within 10 minutes.

The FBI also reportedly seized 70 pounds of marijuana that was stored in luggage aboard the private jet, and two of Juice Wrld’s security guards—Henry Dean and Christopher Long—were arrested on gun charges.

Dean and Long have both since been released and are due in court later this month.

The Cook County Medical Examiner performed an autopsy on Juice Wrld’s body Monday (Dec. 9), however, the rising rap star’s cause of death is still unknown, pending toxicology reports.

“The Cook County Medical Examiner’s Office has determined that studies are required to establish the cause and manner of death for 21-year-old Jarad A. Higgins,” a spokesperson said in a statement.

“Additional studies include cardiac pathology, neuropathology, toxicology and histology. The cause and manner of death are pending at this time. The Office will release a statement when cause and manner of death are determined.”