Opioid Epidemic | Rapper Lil Peep died FROM HEAVY MIXTURE OF OPIOIDS (CONFIRMED)

 Man man man, this right here is just tragic.


Arizona police officers are investigating rapper Lil Peep’s death after discovered troubling messages allegedly sent by a female fan who was with him and may have supplied him with drugs in the moments before he died.

Peep, real name Gustav Ahr, was found dead on his tour bus before a concert in Tucson, Arizona, earlier this month. He was 21 years old. Continue reading

Opioid Epidemic| Lil Peep’s brother calls his death “AN ACCIDENT” Also his death sparks a debate about the opioid epidemic.

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.

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Opioid Epidemic | Rapper Lil Peep dies of suspected Opioid Overdose and they live streamed his death. AGED 21

This opioid overdose is taking things full swing.

An emerging singer-rapper and YouTuber that went by the name of Lil Peep was found dead on his tour bus.

Reasons for his death were not revealed and haven’t been found, but there is a suspected reason for death by many. Many believe the singer died due to an overdose of opioids.

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Peep was respected AND highly appreciated for being a driving force behind the rap-emo music.

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Trump will finally declare national state of emergency on Opioid Crisis

Cheeto doesn’t want to jail them or help them at all.

Donald Trump will officially declare on Thursday a national health emergency for those affected by the opioid crisis. According to senior administration officials, addressing a scourge killing tens of thousands of people nationwide.

Under Trump’s direction, the secretary of the US Department of Health and Human Services will declare a 90-day national public health emergency, subject to regular renewal. The declaration “gives us power to do things that you can’t do right now,” said Trump on Wednesday, in remarks made outside the White House.

Public health officials are hoping the announcement, promised by Trump since August, will shift federal funding for local addiction recovery and overdose prevention efforts to hard hit places. However, the federal fund for public health emergencies is empty, meaning new money will have to be added in federal budget negotiations this year to start new programs. The administration has previously supported calls for an extra $15 to $45 billion in federal funding to address the overdose crisis in failed health care bill negotiations earlier this year.

“With an emergency declaration, the Trump administration has an opportunity to chart a new course on the overdose crisis and reset its approach to drug policy,” Grant Smith of the Drug Policy Alliance wrote Wednesday, calling for a shift from relying on law enforcement toward medical treatment of addiction. “Anything short of this will needlessly cost many more lives.”

The president informally declared the crisis an emergency on Aug. 10 and will do it again Thursday (Today).

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Never a situation of lock em up and throw away the key like they did during the crack epidemic, hmmm I wonder why?

Netflix has released a documentary on the Opioid Crisis!

Via Mother Jones:

Heroin(e), the Netflix short documentary released Tuesday, begins and ends with blaring sirens as fire chief Jan Rader responds to yet another overdose in Huntington, West Virginia. The town has been called the “overdose capital of America,” and for good reason: Every resident, it seems, is affected by the ravages of opioids, from the gas station employees who keep ringing up customers as first responders revive an overdose victim in the checkout line, to the homeless drug users encamped by the river, to the church shelter employees urging users to come in for the night. Continue reading