Rapper Mac Miller was dead for at least 8-12 hours before his body was discovered on Friday, Sept. 7. Miller, whose real name is Malcolm James McCormick, died of a cardiac arrest at his Los Angeles area home. He was 26.
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Shad Moss, aka Bow Wow, revealed that he was once addicted to the same powerful opioid that deceased rapper Mac Miller admitted being addicted to. Miller, real name Malcolm McCormick, died of a heart attack on Friday, Sept. 7.
This B-list rapper, who is married to an A-list rapper, has a serious drug problem. It’s gotten so bad that members of his road crew are cracking jokes about his addiction to outsiders. But his management team isn’t laughing.
Singer Demi Lovato reportedly overdosed on heroin at her home early Tuesday. The 25-year-old former child star was rushed to a hospital after consuming drugs at her Hollywood Hills home.
Officials in San Diego, Minneapolis, and Atlanta are reporting multiple overdoses of drugs laced with heavy duty bug spray that induces a “slow and lethargic” zombie-like drooling and loss of bodily functions.
A video uploaded to Youtube.com under the title “America’s Opioid Epidemic” shows two cashiers sleeping behind the counter. President Trump declared the opioid epidemic a national public health emergency in October.
Police say the man who assaulted Mayor Kim Bracey at her York, Pennsylvania campaign office was her son Brandon Anderson, 30.
Anderson was arrested and charged in the brutal attack on his mother which occurred on September 30.
Li’l Wayne‘s fans feared for his life after the 34-year-old rap superstar was hospitalized in Chicago after reportedly suffering seizures on September 3.
According to gossip webloid TMZ, Wayne, whose real name is Dwayne Michael Carter, Jr., was found unconscious in his hotel room at the Chicago Westin at 909 N. Michigan Avenue on Sunday.
Troubled former actress Maia Campbell declined rapper/actor LL Cool J‘s offer to help her after a man posted a video of her on social media over the weekend.
T-Hood, the sugary sweet rapper who filmed ’90s actress Maia Campbell begging for money at a Stone Mountain, Ga. gas station over the weekend, defended his actions in an Instagram video this morning.