Young M A Shares Health Update, Says She’s Sober

“I would say, in the past, I always felt defeated, so I wouldn’t give it that much effort. It was Ruby [that] gave me that push — the whole pep talk. You can do a lot better than that.’ So I credit him for giving me that push to go deeper and to do better,” $crim responds. «1 year up,,, lotz more to go,,, next year I pray my whole family will be walking the same path I am,» he tweeted, along with a photo from a tracking app and a before and after photo of himself from that day and the year prior.

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The Kim Possible voice actress celebrated being five years sober with a TikTok video highlighting her biggest accomplishments. The singer reflected on how several factors led to their relapse and eventual overdose in 2018. «I used to smoke a lot of weed and now I speak on it in a past tense perspective. People think I’m s—ting on weed, I’m not! I loved weed when I was involved with it,» she said. «It’s a beautiful plant with very nice properties when used correctly. I don’t think that I was using it correctly. I think I was overusing it. I wasn’t the most productive pothead.» The country crooner recalled how his wife, Faith Hill, helped inspire him to get sober, he wrote in an essay for Esquire magazine, published in August 2021. The «Dog Days» singer called sobriety «the best thing I ever did» during a July 2022 appearance on Munroe Bergdorf’s «The Way We Were» podcast.

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“I feel really, really good, and support from the fans and everything has been really, really good. Kelly Osbourne, who previously talked about being sober for six years, revealed in April 2021 that she had suffered a relapse and was working on next steps. sober house One of the offended folks included former G-Unit member Tony Yayo. TMZ chatted with the rapper last week to get his thoughts on Uzi’s interesting choice of lyrics, and the former G-Unit soldier wasted no time pledging his allegiance to the man upstairs.

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For someone who has made his name rapping about the consumption of formidable amounts of illegal substances, the recent debut of a sober, healthier Guwop was no small feat. When he went to prison in 2013, he was forced to detox from lean, lost 25 pounds in two weeks, and read books fervently—by Malcolm Gladwell, Deepak Chopra, and the Bible, among others. After his release in 2016, Gucci embraced sobriety; a lifestyle that definitely suits him. Mr. Davis just dropped, his autobiography is out, and in October, he’s marrying longtime partner Keyshia Ka’Oir. Macklemore is another rapper who has worked incredibly hard to disprove the glamorization of drug use.

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Future’s artistry in particular is deeply rooted in drug use as a method of self-medication to cope with heartache, pain and suffering. He’s arguably recognized as the godfather of this new generation of mumble rappers, who romanticize drug use as a form of self-care. Percocets and molly not only served as the tools for a catchy chorus in 2017’s “Mask Off,” but also provided a lens into Future’s real-life pastime. After such a momentous change in the duo’s lives, it only makes sense that their new album, Sing Me A Lullaby, My Sweet Temptation, represents not only a musical change in direction but also a renewal of spirit and promise. “This album definitely is the most feel-good album out of anything that we’ve done,” Ruby explains. Projects come to resemble milestones in their journey reckoning with themselves, the world and any sense of dissatisfaction that might linger within.

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