Lil Mo Opens Up About Overcoming Her Addiction To Opioids

Jade Whiteside
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On Tuesday, Lil Mo took to Instagram to open up to her followers and reveal that she had an addiction to opioids. However, she was able to overcome her addiction and she is embracing her growth as she looks forward to the new year.She posted a text photo that read, “I never thought I could get off opioids!” In her caption for the post, she continued, “BUT I DID!!! The OPPS is real mad that I can speak about not having to wake up and pop a 30 PLUS, addi, tramadol and/or whatever else was brought into the house by the devil. I was just the MONEY. Spent sooooo much money paying other people bills just to be high and a functioning addict. Glad I let the TOXIC GO!!!! I prayed for this GLOW. 2020 gonna be a BIG year for MY children and I.”She continued her testimony and also revealed that she was able to survive physical abuse, “nobody knows what went on in the dark. But now I’m GLOWING. Clean b*tch, inside out. Was in and out of court because i was being PHYSICALLY abused. The judge finally Granted my FULL PFA (protection from abuse) which covers the whole world. NO CAP!!”Lil Mo is no stranger to being open about working through her struggles. Over the years she’s been featured on a few reality shows where she remained open with her fans. She has appeared on TV One’s “R&B Diva’s: Hollywood,” VH1’s “Love & Hip Hop: New York,” and also WE Tv’s “Marriage Bootcamp.”Check out her full message below:TSR STAFF: Jade Ashley @Jade_Ashley94

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