This Drug Is Too Deadly For Celebrities - Reggie Rockstone

Reggie Rockstone maintains that fame is as deadly and addictive as cocaine for celebrities and can make them do things they’re not supposed to.

This Drug Is Too Deadly For Celebrities - Reggie Rockstone
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Reggie Rockstone is very sure that fame can be harmful to celebrities if not properly managed.

The 'grandfather of Hiplife' took time out to outline the dangers that fame poses to the lives of celebrities and how it eventually destroy their lives.

According to him, fame is an abusive and deadly drug that can have the same effects as cocaine, heroin, and the likes.

“I want to talk about this drug and tell you how deadly it is. I’m blessed not to be a part of people that have abused this drug but let me tell you how it works. I’m talking about a drug called fame. That is the name of the drug that I speak about. Very deadly."

"I have seen what fame does to a lot of people as compared to crack, cocaine, and the rest. Fame will have you do all kinds of things. Just like drugs, when someone is an addict, there are people who enable this. But in this place, it’s the fans,”

Reggie Rockstone explained that fans cannot help celebrities with their addiction to fame because they (fans) are part of the problem.

He noted how fans make celebrities feel like they'll be nothing if they are no longer famous no matter the work they have done.

Per his estimation, a celebrity has to always fight to be relevant even if they have done groundbreaking work that has improved their nation as a whole.

“We enable folks, we hear them on TV, radio, and the likes, we see them steadily declining and misbehaving but we still give them that buzz. We tell them how dope they are regardless of whatever they are exhibiting. We aid their addiction to grow. I know about this drug because I’m kind of famous,"

“People will do everything possible to trend. The peer pressure on social media is ridiculous. The drug has become legal such that half of the world are using it. Fame gives you a false sense of reality. It makes you feel like you are different from other humans. Because of the preferential treatment given to these celebrities,”

He then concluded that the fans are the drug dealers of fame and will not hesitate to turn their backs on you when you no longer have nothing to offer.

“The most harmful part is when you wake up one day and the people who made you famous turn their backs against you just like drug dealers do,” he added.