Lil Xan In Isolation For Drug Addiction Until Mac Miller Tribute Album Drops

Mac Miller’s passing has affected his family members in addition to his followers and music business friends. Lil Xan is one his contemporaries who has expressed his love for Miller overtly. The younger rapper even canceled tour dates with the intention to work on a tribute album to Malcolm. Xan is now opening up about his previous and present struggles with habit.

He first factors out how his icon’s dying was associated to his use fentanyl, the identical substance that threatened Demi Lovato’s life and claimed Lil Peep’s. The former drug supplier explains how he transitioned to promoting weed when fentanyl hit the market.

Lil Xan continues to be battling with components his sobriety, though he’s clear from some his most harmful vices. From his perspective, rehabilitation from drug abuse “actually has to return from inside.” He additionally acknowledges that folks often want pressional assist and assist to take action. In his case, secluding himself within the woods away from the world is the chosen route.

"Slender Man" Comes To Life In Latest Movie Trailer

Four years ago, 12-year-olds Anissa Weier and Morgan Geyser stabbed Payton Leutner nineteen times in the woods in Waukesha, Wisconsin. The girls were attempting to summon the fictional character Slender Man. Slender Man was created in an online forum as a creepy monster, and the young girls were so mesmerized by the tale they tried to murder their friend in cold blood to prove that the villain existed. Luckily, Leutner escaped and was able to recover in the hospital. Weier and Geyser were found not guilty by reason insanity, and both were sentenced to serve extended periods in mental hospitals. 

Sony is looking to bring the horrid tale Slender Man to life, even if they are not directly following the true story the stabbing that took place in Wisconsin. A new trailer for Slender Man tells a different tale. A group  young ladies team up to find their missing friend, and their hunt leads them on a path to Slender Man. Javier Botet stars as the titular character. Botet was diagnosed with Marfan syndrome as a youth, a disease that gives him elongated limbs and fingers. Slender Man is slated to hit theaters on August 10 after being pushed back from a May release.