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Madonna Stopped Taking Drugs

by Bidita Debnath on January 31, 2015 at 11:06 PM
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Madonna admitted that she quit taking drugs as she doesn't have the required stamina to take them.

The 'Like A Virgin' singer revealed to a magazine that she went through a stint of trying out drugs during her younger years, but sooner she realized that it was destroying her day by day, the Mirror reported.


The 56-year-old singer added that when she used to take drugs she wouldn't be able to get out of bed for days afterwards, and used to feel terrible, and therefore, she decided that she'll not going to allow drugs to take over her.

Source: ANI


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