Months following the passing of Juice WRLD, the late rapper's estate has been valued at over $3.2 million.
As revealed by documents obtained by TMZ, the total value of his estate is estimated to be $3,278,867.49. The total includes his condo in Miami, which is worth $1,490,000 alone, and one of his multiple bank accounts. His jewelry collection, featuring a watch with a hefty price tag among other items, is estimated to be worth almost half a million at $459,318.75. His estate could be worth more, however, as it's expected there's a lot more assets "in trusts outside of the probate estate."
His mother, Carmela Wallace, has filed documents to be appointed the representative of the estate, as his father died six months before the rapper suffered a fatal drug overdose at Chicago's Midway airport. It's unclear if the lawsuit pop-punk band Yellowcard filed against him will proceed when an executor of his estate has been appointed, as it was put on hold last month. The parties involved in the $15 million lawsuit are to file a status report by April 13, 2020.
Since his death, Juice WRLD has appeared on a number of songs posthumously, most notably on Eminem's "Godzilla." The video for the track, directed by Lyrical Lemonade's Cole Bennett, ended with a tribute to the late rapper. Bennett was a close collaborator with Juice throughout his career, directing videos for the Chicago native.