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Lil Peep Slurs Words, Brags About Drugs In Shocking Video One Day Before Death

Nov. 16 2017, Updated 2:46 p.m. ET

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Did Lil Peep foreshadow his own death? In a series of shocking Instagram videos from this Wednesday night, the rapper bragged about doing drugs and told fans he would likely die young since he was so unhappy.

“I just wana be everybody's everything I want too much from people but then I don't want anything from them at the same time u feel me?,” he wrote on Instagram, hours before his death this Wednesday evening.

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The star – who passed away of a suspected overdose at age 21 – also came clean about his crippling depression.

“I don't let people help me but I need help but not when I have my pills but that's temporary one day maybe I won't die young and I'll be happy? What is happy I always have happiness for like 10 seconds and then it's gone. I'm getting so tired of this,” he continued.

In another Instagram video from yesterday, the late singer gave a shout out to fans in Texas, where he spent his last night partying with friends.

“El Paso!” he yelled. “I took six Xanax and I was lit. I’m good, I’m not sick. I’mma see you all tonight.”

As RadarOnline.com readers know, Lil Peep had just released his debut album, Come Over When You’re Sober Pt. 1.

In his third strange post from Wednesday, the late star was seen dancing shirtless to “American Idiot” by Green Day. “I just took honey and shrooms,” he captioned the bizarre video.

After the news of his shocking death came to light, various pals and fans took to social media to voice their sadness. Ex-girlfriend Bella Thorne, 20, even shared an emotional video of herself saying that Lil Peep was a “f***ing great” person and incredibly talented artist who deserved more from life.

While many suspect the rapper’s death was caused by his massive drug intake, his rep has yet to confirm the rumors.

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