Rihanna Overdose Nearly Led to Death? Chris Brown Ex Smoked PCP Which Led to Pumped Stomach [REPORT]
on Sep 26, 2013 01:50 PM EDT
A new report indicated that Rihanna secretly overdosed during a recent trip to Barbados, which led to a hospital visit.
According to CrazyDaysandNights.net, multiple people on the West Indian island have reportedly confirmed that the Diamonds singer overdosed on drugs and to have her stomach pumped.
The singer was apparently smoking pot and then decided to smoke another substance that contained PCP or some other type of drug. While she smoked it thinking it was a regular joint, the effects surprisingly hit her hard because she was drinking alcohol too.
She was then rushed to the hospital and emergency workers pumped her stomach. The site claimed that the doctor said if she had fainted away from friends, she may have died.
Meanwhile, Rihanna engaged in another Twitter beef this week with G.O.O.D Music artist Teyana Taylor after the Star singer posted a video up of her stylist Yusef Williams mocking a song Taylor did weeks ago.
Enstars reported in an exclusive interview with Williams, he said he made the video with no intent to hurt Taylor and said she actually sang the song really good.
"Honestly, I just finished making the wig. I started making the video. It was amazing, no malicious intent towards Teyana," he said. "I just think it was uncalled for," adding that, "Teyana killed that song."
Williams also defended Rihanna and said she's no "cyber bully."
"Cyber bully is harsh word. She is focused, being Rihanna. She is not sitting around. She didn't grab her phone. She is the most kind and giving person. I just think for that to go the way it went, it was uncalled for."
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