I've a question regarding the tense choice with the phrase "the day/night/minute... after/before + clause.
As we all know, after some words only the Present Simple is possible. Some of such are After, Before, As soon as..., but lately I've seen a sentence that puts me in doubt.
Here it is: Juice Wrld and his entourage had packed a total of 70 pound of cannabis into their suitcases in preparation for Juice's birthday which had been scheduled for the night after he would die.
On the analogy of that one it should be also grammatically correct to write:
I'm going to visit my old friend the day before I will depart and
There's going to be something the minute after we will leave.
I kind of feel that those sentences are different from, for example: There's going to be something after we leave, but maybe I'm just wrong.
Could you please give the explanation of this part of grammar?