Lil Xan has come clean about his struggles with addiction in the wake of his friend Mac Miller’s death and Demi Lovato’s recent relapse.
Xan said he wasn’t surprised to learn that Mac died from a lethal combination of cocaine, Fentanyl and alcohol. He says that back in the day, his friends were taking it, and puking.
Xan says he’s trying to get clean on his own, by detoxing out in a forest somewhere. He also admits to having relapsed, which he says is common, and adds, “Any other addict would understand that [stuff] just happens.”
The plan is to get his mind and body straight by the time his Mac Miller tribute album, Be Safe, drops.
Migos, Ludacris and Lil Jon will lend their starpower to Big Bowl week in Atlanta, eventhough none of them will take part in the big game.
The trio of Atlanta-based artists will perform as apart of the EA Sports Bowl, just one of the events that make up the Bud Light Big Bowl Music Fest at the State Farm Arena on January 31st. Other acts will include Lil Yachty, Lil Baby, Metro Boomin and a special unannounced guest.
The Bud Light Big Bowl Music Fest runs from January 31st to February 2nd ahead of the NFL’s premier game on February 3rd. Tickets go on sale this Friday at SuperBowlMusicFest.com.