Since the tragic death of Juice Wrld on Sunday (Dec. 8), rappers from the hip-hop community have expressed their condolences on social media.

On Tuesday (Dec. 10), Offset jumped on Instagram Live to pay his respect to the fallen Chicago rapper. He also said that he recorded a song with Juice prior to his death that might appear on the Migos’ Culture 3 album. “I got this song called 'What’s Brackin’' with him and I probably gonna put that shit on Culture 3,” he said. “He gonna ape shit on that thing.”

Offset also shared his condolences to Juice's family and applauded the talented MC for his lyrical flow and work ethic.

“I want to say RIP to my bruddah Juice man. Its sad to lose another talented artist. That shit fucked up,” he said. “God bless him and his family. Nothing but respect. Nothing but respect. He was one the of young niggas that really could flow though. He could really rap, freestyle, go crazy. His work ethic was crazy. He was, no cappin', he was serious about his craft.”

Back in March, Offset confirmed during a Q&A session on Twitter that Culture 3 will arrive in 2020. The project will be the follow-up to the Georgia trio's 2018 album Culture II, which has gone double platinum since being released in January 2018. The collection boasts the club bangers "Stir Fry" and "Motorsport" featuring Nicki Minaj and Cardi B.

Watch Offset pay his respect to Juice Wrld below.

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