French Montana Says Near Death Cause Him To Quit Alcohol & Drugs

While being interviewed for an XXL cover story, he revealed some of the details about that near-death experience and how it led him to stop drinking alcohol. He explained that the experience came about because of “runnin’ for like a good 20 years without a break.” He added that drinking all the time and popping pills are what eventually led him to do some introspection about his lifestyle. The other was taking his mother back to Africa. When he was discovered, he was suffering from severe stomach pains, nausea, and an elevated heart rate. “Just collapsed, too much drinking, too many pills,” he said. He admitted to having problems with Percocet, which in recent times has become famous as a highly addictive drug used by celebrities. French Montana quit alcohol and drugs a year ago after a life threatening illness caused from intoxication. He’s made a year so far and is continuing strong. TwitterFacebook I just made a year,” he continued. “And this is how I changed it. He described stopping alcohol as a major achievement. Stepped back, took two steps back, didn’t drop no music, detox from social media… And I think that was like the hardest thing I ever did in my life, to snatch myself back,” he said. One popular rapper, French Montana, has revealed that this exact lifestyle almost claimed his life in 2019. Montana said that in November 2019, he had to be hospitalized for a week because of his long-time habits. He ranked it in his top two achievements of all time. “Percocet starts off as pain relief, and then it ends up being a hobby, and then it ends up being an addiction.”
While languishing in the ICU, he was informed that if he kept drinking, it could lead to a quicker death. The harsh news helped him to change his ways. Many people envy the rapper’s lifestyle. Montana also shared that he was discovered by police who had come to his home following a false report that his home was being broken into. They contacted an ambulance that took him to the hospital. He recalled that he had just done French 2.0. And since that day, I never had a drink. “So that was the day, it was November 21, last year. It emulates money, alcohol, and sometimes drugs. The article was published yesterday, Monday, December 28.

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