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Lil Wayne's Mentor Birdman Denies Drug Overdose Claims But The Rapper's Publicist's Statements Contradict His Claims 

March 20. 2013

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Lil Wayne's mentor, Birdman, has shot down claims that the rapper was hospitalized for a week due to a drug overdose. Birdman told the press today "it wasn't anything like that." He claims it was due to exhaustion. Dude, you take a vacation to Jamaica to recover from exhaustion. You aren't rushed to Cedars Sinai and placed in intensive care for burn out. However, they do that for a drug overdose. 

Wanye's publicist's claims contradicted Birdman's statements. According to CNN, "Young Money publicist Sarah Cunningham acknowledged Friday that Lil Wayne had had a seizure, but members of the New Orleans artist's camp have shot down reports that he was near death."

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Furthermore, Wayne has rapped and spoken about his love of codeine based street drug "sizzurp." We also know based on established medical precedent that excessive codeine consumption causes seizures (though some people are epileptic via genetic traits passed on to them). As long as their is denial in Wanye's camp and life regarding his drug use, he will not recover. Wayne needs to stop taking "sizzurp" snorting cocaine and "popping mollies" (ecstasy) before they pop him, as in death. 

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