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Headline: Lil Xan On Why He Leaked Former Manager For Enabling His Drug Addiction

Updated: Feb 24



Written by: Khalif Thompson


The air must be filled with truths and confessions because today we give to you the unexpected report of Lil Xan and his recent leak of information of how his former manager enabled his “raging” drug addiction.


The California born rapper recently gave us the spill of how his former rap manager, Status Quo, was supplying him with the “same prescription drugs that almost killed him”.


As the story picked up momentum Thursday (December 30, 2021), Xan felt rightfully obligated to take to social media about his recent decision to “out” his former manager’s actions.


According to our sources, Xan felt relieved knowing he could finally “bring this story to light”, as he mentioned in an Instagram caption on his page. The rapper explained how he is in no way “putting 100% of the blame on him”. He’s in fact elaborating on how the enabler was “speeding up” his drug use by “providing me the very pills that could’ve killed me”.


“I’m making this public because I know in my heart this happens way too often and it’s how we end up losing some of the greatest artists way too young”.


Losing some of our greatest artists was indeed the reason the state of the world was in turmoil at some point. As we reminisce on artists like Lil Peep who sadly passed in 2017 from drug overdose, Juice WRLD in 2019 from oxycodone & codeine intoxication, and many more, this disclosure of info is such a major turning point for the music industry coming directly from one of it’s artists.


As he further exposes he was taking enough “benzos” or Benzodiazepine ( Class of Drugs), “to take down an elephant”, we further are forced into the dark world of corrupt management going as far as drugging artists to make a profit.


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