Eminem Celebrates 10 Years Of Sobriety

Eminem Celebrates 10 Years Of Sobriety
American rapper Marshall Mathers, who is popularly known as Eminem, recently celebrated 10 years of being sober, reported E! News.

Eminem, who likes to stay away from the limelight, has long battled excessive consumption of alcohol and prescription medication. Back in 2005, the rapper admitted himself into rehab but relapsed soon after. In late 2007, he almost died from an accidental overdose of methadone after which he decided to get clean.

Earlier this week, Eminem took to Instagram and shared a picture of himself holding a sobriety coin, bearing the circle and triangle symbol used by Alcoholics Anonymous – an international mutual aid fellowship whose purpose is to enable its members to “stay sober” and help other alcoholics achieve sobriety.

The  Lose Yourself hit-maker captioned the photo, “Celebrated by 10 years yesterday.”


Celebrated my 10 years yesterday.

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