Man Who Found Bobbi Kristina Overdosed In Bathtub Died From Fentanyl Overdose

Bobbi Kristina Brown, the daughter Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown, died three years in the past from an overdose and was present in her bathtub by her pal Max Lomas. Max, sadly, handed away this previous August and now TMZ can affirm that his trigger demise was from a fentanyl overdose.

When stories his demise first arose the precise trigger was unknown, however the publication now stories that his demise was unintentional. Max’s relationship with Bobbi and her companion Nick Gordon was all the time questionable and a few cops claimed he was their drug vendor however he denied it. 

“I am going by way of it on daily basis,” Bobbi’s father beforehand said. “Just the thought her and taking a look at my youngest daughter and my different children, figuring out they’ll by no means get to know their oldest sister is a battle. It will get tough generally. Of course, I’ve to undergo it as a result of I can’t change it.”

Bobby’s spouse added: “We’re simply making an attempt to determine as we go alongside. With life, we’re searching for remedy and shops. For him to nonetheless be capable to be artistic, discover peace and pleasure, that’s what I would like for him.”

Quavo's Possible Lil Peep Sneak Diss On "Big Bro" Causes Fan Outrage

Another week, one other huge launch as Quavo has dropped his first-ever solo album. The Migos member made his solo debut final evening when he dropped Quavo Huncho, a set nineteen songs with Kid Cudi, Cardi B, 21 Savage, Drake, Travis Scott, and plenty of others. Last evening, one the main speaking factors was his “Huncho Dreams” observe, the place he refers to Nicki Minaj by identify, presumably confirming a previous relationship with the star. Now, as followers have extra time to absorb all the pieces being fered on the album, a distinct observe is beginning to elevate eyebrows: “Big Bro.” 

In the observe, Quavo raps, “Think you poppin’ Xanax bars, nevertheless it’s Fentanyl/ Think you are dwelling life like rockstars however you are lifeless now.” The line is being perceived as a Lil Peep diss and contemplating the circumstances his loss of life and the very fact he used to discuss with himself as a rock star, it is smart. Fans the late artist are outraged over the lyric, demanding an evidence from Huncho. Even Peep’s associates are beginning to chime in, calling out the Migos celebrity for the potential sneak diss as Fat Nick and Bexey have each commented on the difficulty.

While this might very properly simply be a common tackle the present state the tradition, it is solely pure that individuals would imagine he is going after Peep. What do you assume?

Number Of New Heroin Users Declines Due To Increase In Overdoses

Over the past few years there’s been incessant talk an opioid epidemic, with specific attention being drawn to the headline-grabbing, bogeyman drug known as fentanyl. Even though the headlines are surely overblown, casting it as a 21st century synthetic black plague, there have nonetheless been many deaths caused by fentanyl, including Prince’s.

Perhaps because highly publicized overdoses like Prince’s and the recent od Mac Miller, along with President Trump’s declaration opioid addiction and overdose as a public health emergency, less people have been picking up the drug. According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, the amount new heroin users fell 53% to 81,000 people, in comparison to 170,000 in 2016. Drug overdoses in general have also plateaued. Who’d have thought that the scare tactics work?

Apparently they’re not foolpro, as fentanyl overdoses have continued to increase. More concerning trends were identified by Buzzfeed News in this comically bleak sentence: “methamphetamine use was found to be more popular among young adults 18 to 25 years old and pregnant women reported more opioid, cocaine, and marijuana use.” 

Another possibility for the drop in heroin use is that smack could be losing its luster in the eyes drug users when there are other drugs out there that are simply more effective at getting people high.