Prayers Up! Chris Brown Is Allegedly Battling A Cocaine, Xanax, Molly & Lean Addiction

Friday, March 03, 2017
Chris Brown Cocaine Xanax Molly Lean Addiction
Chris Brown Cocaine Xanax Molly Lean Addiction

It's been clear for some time that something is not right with Chris Brown. His downward spiral began when he brutally beat his ex-girlfriend Rihanna in 2009 and has continued through his incarceration and most recently his death threats and physical abuse allegations against his ex-girlfriend, Karrueche Tran who had to get a restraining order against Brown for her own safety.

In an exclusive story published by Billboard, former and current employees and friends of the artist are alleging that Chris Brown is battling much more than anger issues and violent tendencies.

Billboard writes, "Empty Styrofoam cups littered the table, a sign that Brown -- who hadn’t been taking his medication for the bipolar II condition he had been diagnosed with in 2014 -- had likely also been sipping lean (a mixture of promethazine/codeine syrup and a soft drink), his comedown of choice after a coke or Molly binge."

The article also describes how Brown obsesses over Tran's whereabouts. He scrolls through her Instagram constantly looking for clues about where she's been recently, who she was with, and what pictures and stories she's commented on or liked.

Chris Brown Cocaine Xanax Molly Lean Addiction
Chris Brown Cocaine Xanax Molly Lean Addiction

Unfortunately, according to the sources who spoke to Billboard, Brown does not think he has a problem. When friends and family try and speak to him about his drug use, "He will cuss you out and say, 'Hey, man, I'm functioning. I'm going to get the workout.'

One current member of Brown's team spoke to the magazine saying he's not, "the first functional star who thinks they can handle those powerful drugs. I got to say with all my heart, he's dancing with death."

For the sake of his small daughter Royalty, we sincerely hope that Chris Brown gets the help he needs.

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