Lil' Xan Reveals That He Detoxed From Prescription Drugs - Suffered Multiple Seizures After Going 'Cold Turkey'
Lil' Xan , who now goes by the name, Diego, recently came back to social media to update his fans on his health condition. Reportedly, the young rapper has spent the past two months detoxing from drugs and getting off of prescription pills once and for all.
Hot New Hip Hop picked up on a social media post from the rapper recently in which he explained how he had endured multiple seizures after quitting prescription drugs cold turkey. In his post, he shared what it was like to fight against his condition.
You can check out what Diego had to say in the Instagram post below:
As fans of the Xanarchy artist know, this won't be the first time that he's suffered from a seizure. Back in November of this year, he revealed that he was hospitalized due to seizures as a consequence of opioid withdrawal.
Around that time, Diego claimed he was committed 100% to sobriety, and he was doing everything in his power to stay on the right track. He has been fighting drug addiction for years. In fact, this past year, he went to a rehabilitation facility but suffered multiple relapses once he was released.
Diego is frequently in the headlines for his mental health and drug abuse struggles, including on the 19th of April when the rapper reportedly succumbed to an anxiety attack. He claims the attack was so severe that he had to go to the hospital for treatment.
Us Magazine reported back in April of this year, amid the coronavirus lockdowns, that he was staying at home after going to the ER. Xan shared the news on his social media accounts. Furthermore, Diego revealed how he was feeling abnormally anxious amid the COVID-19 lockdowns.
Diego, formerly known as Lil'Xan, used to date Noah Cyrus, the little sister of Miley. The celebrity duo had an on-and-off relationship for months until they finally called it off, although, they are apparently seeing each other once again. During an appearence on No Jumper with Adam22 , the rapper discussed how the record label thought them getting together was a good idea.