Lil Peep, real name Gustav Ahv has passed away as I reported here on this site. News of his death shocked fans and his death has ignited conversations about the recent drug plague that choking America like the ANACONDA SNAKE PLAN.
As I recently reported Peep, who was on the rise to fame for his hip-hop emo mix. He died on Tuesday November 14, 2017 in Tucson, Arizona during a tour that had to be cancelled due to his death.
“We [the family] have heard there was some sort of substance he did not expect to be involved in the substance he was taking,” Oskar, 23, tells PEOPLE exclusively. “He thought he could take what he did, but he had been given something and he didn’t realize what it was.”
As to the possible actuality that Peep’s death was an intentional overdose he states that “Peep was not struggling.”
“It was an accident, it really was an accident,” Oskar says. “He was super happy with where he was in life.”
Peep’s death sparked a huge conversation about the whole opioid epidemic…
“I hope Lil Peep’s death makes people out age re-evaluate the ‘xans and depression are cool’ culture that has been growing recently. Sad story,” a Twitter user tweeted.
“I’ve never heard any of Lil Peep’s music but these dudes losing themselves to drugs is depressing I’ll be happy when the culture stops glorifying drug addictions,” another tweeted.
“Instead of shaming Peep and being disrespectful be commenting s— like “he deserved it” or “thats what happens to drug addicts” maybe try to understand that he was dealing with some mental illness/issues,” a fan posted on Instagram.
(I personally hate the fact that the guy turned to drugs in the first place, I wish he would’ve gotten some sort of help before he ended up like this. Sad story, but at the end of the day we should expect these results of DEATH.)
What is the government doing you may ask?
Your precious government has finally spoken.
President Donald Trump went out and declared the Opioid Epidemic a NATIONAL HEALTH CRISIS.
“The best way to prevent drug addiction and overdose is to prevent people from abusing drugs in the first place,” Trump said during an August briefing on the opioid crisis. “If they don’t start, they won’t have a problem. If they do start, it’s awfully tough to get off.”
I personally agree with Trump for the first time, matter of fact he’s pulling a good old Nancy Reagan.