“It’s over. It’s over, f##k this s##t,” DJ Mustard said as he dumped out his bottle.
DJ Mustard’s new attitude towards the lethal concoction comes on the heels of the death of Chicago rapper Fredo Santana.
Fredo died of a fatal seizure, just a year after suffering from kidney and liver failure, thanks to his admitted addiction to the lean.
In addition to Fredo, the opioid epidemic claimed the life of rockstar Tom Petty last week it was revealed last week.
Petty, who was found unresponsive in October, eventually died in a hospital from an overdose of lethal amounts of fentanyl, oxycodone, acetyl fentanyl and despropionyl fentanyl, which are opioids.
Other celebs who have died from taking opioids in recent years include Whitney Houston, her daughter Bobbi, Prince and Michael Jackson.
In November of 2017 rapper Lil Peep died from an overdose as well, after ingesting a lethal mixture of Xanax mixed with fentanyl.