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Eminem just celebrated 12 years of sobriety. The “Rap God” hitmaker reflected on the special milestone — which marks over a decade clean of drugs and alcohol — and shared a touching social media post to acknowledge his journey. He posted a photo of his sobriety coin, which is stamped with the number 12 and…

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More details have been made public about the death of Nick Gordon. The ex-partner of the late Bobbi Kristina Brown passed away on New Year’s Day, Wednesday, Jan. 1, 2020, and the dispatch audio from the Orange County and Orlando Fire department who responded to the 911 call claims there was a mysterious black substance…

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Khloé Kardashian has praised Lamar Odom. The 39-year-old basketball player — who tied the knot with the reality TV star in 2009 — has previously dealt with drug, alcohol and sex addictions and a near-fatal overdose in a brothel in 2015 but Kardashian is proud of him for being open about his troubles. After Odom…

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Tessa Thompson revealed what she’s “slightly addicted” to. The Men in Black: International actress has a number of inkings, including three dots on her ankle, the number five on her rib cage and the words “yes” and “no” on her arms, and she admitted she likes to “scar” herself because she picks up accidental marks…

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Wendy Williams has perfected the art of throwing shade. For over two decades, Williams made it a point to expose the secrets of celebrities with gossip that proved to be invasive and entertaining. There is a long list of celebrities who caught Williams’ wrath. For instance, Aretha Franklin’s estate recently denounced Williams after she criticized…

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Samuel L. Jackson “didn’t know” he was “ready” to go to rehab to battle his drug addiction until he got there. The 70-year-old actor battled an addiction to crack cocaine several decades ago and decided to quit when he became “tired of getting high” and eventually sought treatment after his wife LaTanya Richardson Jackson and…

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Chaka Khan says Prince’s death was a wake-up call. The Queen of Funk — whose biggest hit, “I Feel For You,” was written by the late singer — revealed that finding out he had died from an overdose in April 2016 made her realize she had to make changes in her own life. Speaking to The…

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An award-winning international celebrity stylist and owner of Salon Penna’e Buckhead, Penna’e Akpuru faced so many challenges in her life, from molestation, rape, domestic violence, divorce and drug addiction to food addiction, homelessness and even a massive stroke, before rising to the top.  Akpuru sat down with rolling out to discuss her latest book, Living Past Your Pain to Live…

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Bow Wow “almost died” after he became hooked on cough medicine. The 31-year-old rapper has begged his young fans to stay away from drugs in the wake of Mac Miller’s death from a suspected overdose last week after he became addicted to Lean — a homemade drug made up of soda, hard sweets, and prescription…

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The tragic shooting in Jacksonville, Florida, at a Madden NFL video game tournament at GLHF Game Bar has brought to light the growing problem of video game addiction. It may seem laughable to some that playing a game can actually lead to a mental health condition, but the American Psychiatric Association has classified an addiction…

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Arguably, one of the greatest CEOs of the tech industry has admitted to an ongoing addiction that has rocked Wall Street stocks. Elon Musk, the visionary and founder of Tesla has admitted that he has an addiction to the prescription drug Ambien. That admission saw the value of the company plunge by $4.6B. In an unprecedented…

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At the head of Recovery Unplugged is Paul Pellinger, the co-founder, and chief strategy officer. A veteran of the addiction treatment industry, Pellinger has combined his decades of experience with his deep love of music to create the Recovery Unplugged treatment model that has helped so many patients reclaim their lives from addiction. Pellinger recently penned…

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