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Rick Ross Admits That Codeine Abuse Caused His Seizures

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Rick Ross Reveals Codeine Addiction Caused His 2018 Seizures

Rick Ross has been teasing the release of his new book which details all his life experiences. His new memoir ‘Hurricanes’ hits bookstores on Tuesday (Sept. 3). 
In his autobiography, the Miami rapper gets candid about his past health scares including the abuse of codeine that led to his seizures.


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Rick Ross revealed in a recent interview with People published on Friday the real reason why multiple seizures in 2018 left him hospitalized.
“It was the codeine,” he admitted, adding that he was drinking large amounts of the prescription cough syrup to cope with the stress. “That mixed with the things I was drinking, the other drugs I was doing, and on top of not resting. [I don’t think] one particular thing would have killed me. But everything combined?”


Rozay continued to explain that he wouldn’t follow the doctor’s orders to take proper medication for his seizures, which exacerbated his health problems. “I went I don’t know how long without taking the medication to prove to myself I’m stronger than these other people this shit was diagnosed for,” he told People.
At the long run, Ross said, “I ended up back in the hospital in a worse condition.”


Since his stint in hospital, Ross says he is living clean.
Ross is no longer using codeine and is on a strict diet that includes eating his vegetables and getting plenty of rest.
“I cut the sodas out and I drink a lot more water. That, adding in some vegetables and I get a lot more rest.”


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“I think it’s a triumph,” he said of his new lease on life. “Everybody don’t admit rising from failure.”
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