With news about Demi Lovato’s alleged overdose, celebrities from all walks of life are opening up about the subject. One artist we didn’t expect to hear from is Sean Paul. Sean Paul not only sent his well-wishes, he took it one step further by blaming the music industry.
“The music industry in itself is very excessive. We are always working in studios, performing, traveling and sometimes you feel you need a break and the break is to go towards things that don’t give you a break,” he told Britain’s Daily Star newspaper. Plenty of artists have a successful career without turning to drugs, so is the music industry really to blame?
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