Lil Mo Reveals She’s Overcome Battle With Opioid Addiction
This has been a trying year for Lil Mo. She split from her husband, Karl Dargan.. Now she revealed via social media that she was addicted to opioids.
She began her post with a text photo that read, “I Never thought I could get off Opioids!” and said that she was rable to “let the toxic go,” both in terms of abusive relationships and abusing pain medication.
Lil Mo wrote:
“nobody knows what went on in the dark. But now I’m GLOWING. Clean b—h, inside out. Was in and out of court because i was being PHYSICALLY abused. The judge finally Granted my FULL PFA (protection from abuse) which covers the whole world. NO CAP!!! I had to let this GO. It’s been burning inside me bcuz i know I’m gonna help someone heal.”
“I was ashamed when i hit the bottom,” she said. “i wanted to die so bad. But i was HIGH and thinking it was OK cuz i could afford it. Im LIL MO. I’m famous. Famous people do drugs. Until the day i heard the words ‘I’ll blow your fcukin head off and throw you over this balcony!!’ Then i ran for MY LIFE!! 9 months ago. I haven’t looked back!! Im at so much peace i don’t want it to be disturbed (save yourself then put the oxygen mask on everyone else).”
“whatever you are dealing with Don’t take into the new decade,” she added. “We 28 days away. You can quit NEOWWWWWWW!! Don’t be embarrassed be empowered.”
“I see these young kids where they hang out smoking and drinking. So I speak at these panels and it’s so much going on in their lives today,” she added at the time. “I know I can’t save everybody, but I’ll try to pull as many from the fire as I can.”
The good news is she is sober and doing much better!
Tamar Braxton’s BF Gave His Nigerian Family An Ultimatum — Accept Tamar Or Lose Him
They just spent their first Thanksgiving with her son and some David’s family members were present. This is a big deal to him considering that sometimes, in Nigerian culture, family can either be very welcoming or standoffish and intrusive if they’re not a fan of the person you bring home.
“Yesterday my @tamarbraxton , Beans and I hosted our first thanksgiving dinner as a family. My dynamic 80 year old mom, sister, brother-in-law and niece as well as more than 30 close friends of ours attended. We had a blast!!!. It always amazes me to see how Tamar and my family took to each other from the moment they met back in Nigeria; they love her and she loves them right back. During dessert my mom stood up to speak and she called Tamar her daughter. I wasn’t surprised: my family took to Tamar’s gorgeous simile [sic], deep kindness and infectious sense of humor almost as strongly as she took to my family’s deeply Christian, conservative, African roots. But what if my family hadn’t accepted her? As with a lot of African American families, many African parents and families tend to get too overly involved in their children’s relationships and married lives, often to the detriment of the young couple’s relationship (heck, I’ve seen some of my friends’ moms move into the couple’s home right after they got married, which so often makes life miserable for the daughter-in-law).”
“I vowed that I would never put Tamar through the misery I’ve seen other couples go through with the man’s family. So I informed my family early on that they didn’t have a choice! They either love Tamar the way they love me and accept her the way I accept her….or they risk losing me completely. Needless to say, I needn’t have worried!! My mom treats Tamar like her 4th daughter (I have 3 sisters) and Beans like her 13th grandchild, my sisters cherish her the way they do each other, and my brothers adore my @tamarbraxton almost as much as I do. Welcome to the Adefeso family, Tamar!! I am so grateful and give thanks that God brought you and Beans into my life.”
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