Friday, April 13, 2018

Blind Item #2

Apparently the rehab thing didn't work for this foreign born A list rapper. She is still hooked on drugs, and if anything is worse than when she went.

23 comments:

Tricia13 said...

Nikki Minaj

April said...

Iggy Azalea

HeyFrau said...

Nikki

Normal. Yes indeed. said...

That must be one hell of a facility if you’re worse than when you went in.

Brayson87 said...

+1 Tricia, she did that disappearing act. Would be nice for people to know what the bad rehabs are.

Geeljire said...

Her brother is a pedophile!

Lyla said...

Rehab is like jail. You learn new habits from those around you

CalmCoolCollected said...

nikki isnt foreign born

JT0130 said...

@calmcoolcollected -- yes she is. She is from my mom's country T&T

B626 said...

So it starts with prescription pain killers to numb the uncomfortableness of all that silicone in her ass?

Geeljire said...

"What I will say now is that the judge in question did everything I asked of her," Minaj said, ostensibly alluding to Judge Genece E. Brinkley, who sent Meek back to prison. "So, I can't bad mouth her, because I met her personally. And I know what she said to us and he knows that, and I know that, but of course I wouldn't wish jail on anybody."

"Joe Tacopina, a Mill lawyer based in New York, contended in November that the judge had asked Mill in a private February 2016 meeting to record a version of a Boyz II Men ballad called “On Bended Knee” and give a “shout-out” to the judge."

http://www.philly.com/philly/news/crime/meek-mill-judge-genece-brinkley-no-error-wont-step-down-opinion-march29-20180402.html?mobi=true

Geeljire said...
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Geeljire said...

Yes.

Justin said...

High end rehabs are a joke. I went to the Hazelden in Naples, Fl, where a lot of celebrities go for rehab, and there were people drinking, shooting heroin, and taking pills the whole time. People could come and go as they pleased, so it was child's play for people to sneak stuff in. On top of that it was $30,000 a month.

One poor girl I met in there had a bad heroin problem. She had been kidnapped and raped by a gang of sex traffickers who were posing as a guy she liked on Facebook. Her kidnapping started getting media attention and so they drove her near her house and kicked her naked out of a moving car. Fast forward to when she came to Hazelden.

In the back of Hazelden, there's an alley/parking lot where we'd hang out and play basketball or whatever. There would be drug dealers who'd drive down that alley and offer girls money in exchange for sex, and this girl took her up on it. Later that day, the ambulance had to come revive her from an overdose in her room.

The administrators told her that she could either go to another location to finish rehab or she'd need to leave. She chose to leave, and that night she was found dead in a Red Roof Inn in Naples. She had a young son and a husband who had to come down from Minnesota to claim her body. That's just one story I have from a month in that upper class rehab. It's such a scam, and they're only in it for the money. Whenever someone messes up and breaks the rules, their only punishment is to spend more money and stay longer. It's sad because I'm sure a lot of celebrities go there thinking they'll be able to escape the hell of addiction, but it hardly ever helps.

hhstarr said...

That's horrible. I hope you did ok.

justenough said...

Rehabs are not a joke, people who go to these rehabs are jokes! If you are dumb enough to get addicted you deserve to get your money fleeced.

420 Friendly said...

Your reply shows how little you know about addiction. It's a disease. Many people put their trust in the doctors (drug dealers) who prescribe these drugs.

one_eyed_bob said...

A key to beating substance abuse is understanding we are supposed to be miserable in life. Just learn to lament your existence like the rest of us.

Brayson87 said...

I think a problem some people run into is that being high becomes their normal, but almost by definition it's a temporary state.

T. W. said...

@justenough

Sometimes addictions begin because of medical issues. Something is wrong when street drugs are cheaper than prescription drugs.

Junebug said...

There are some good rehabs and a LOT of scammy ones. Buyer beware: Do your research before choosing one.

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TrapQueen said...

She is. Born in Trinidad.

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