Juice WRLD delivers the Goth, Gotham, Gothiness trifecta on "Robbery."
In the new "Robbery" music video, Juice WRLD goes from wearing all-black in rebellion, to cleaning up in all-black for a Goth wedding recital. The imagined "Juice" WRLD bears little resemblance to his stomping ground in Chicago.
In fact, when was the last time Juice Wrld threw up the Chi.. but I digress. Wasn't it Juice WRLD's fave rawk band who once said, "Chicago is So Two Years Ago" before setting up shop in the Middle-Earth regions of their sob-filled minds.
In the first verse of "Robbery," Juice WRLD seeks the romantic advice of his father, who tells him "never to let (his) woman know when that he's undergone an insecure episode," because, in his pop's mind, that would entail a big ole power struggle. But regardless of this fact, Juice WRLD finds himself face with the bride, not his own. For a brief moment, they exchange glances just before the newly-wed engulfs into flames. I'll let you wrastle with the metaphor.