Addiction Often The Price Of Fame
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This week on Life Full Circle Radio we are asking the question, what is the price of “Fame”?
By Miguel Lloyd
This week on Life Full Circle Radio, we will look at the price of fame. Unfortunately, Whitney Houston was not the first or the last public figure to succumb to the pressures of fame and turn to substances to ease the pain. There are many stories of artists like Rick James, Curt Cobain, Luther Vandross, Tupac, Notorious B.I.G, Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston and many more that chronicle the lives of stars that shined bright and died at early ages.
Some would say, that when you become a public figure, in addition to the money, you welcome the scrutiny that celebrities endure. You have must be strong to live long lives in the industry like Quincy Jones, Patti Labelle, Herbie Hancock or Prince. Than there are others like Jennifer Holiday, Chaka Kahn, Natalie Cole and Elton John, who have been fortunate to overcome their demons to continue to have productive lives.
This week on Life Full Circle Radio, we will be talking about the price of fame. Will todays stars endure or are there others on the similar path of destruction.
Miguel Lloyd is a blogger, radio host and Media entrepreneur. He hosts a weekly talk show called Life Full Circle Radio. The show includes super producer, Nikkia Ganey with hot topics, Seshmi Robertson with Entertainment, Elton Gumbel with Sports and Alton Drew with the Politics365.com Politics segment. Join us this and every Wednesday night for the lively conversation by clicking HERE!
Posted on February 22, 2012, in Entertainment, Faith, Life Full Circle Radio Blogs, Lifestyle, Relationships, Uncategorized, Women and tagged Addiction, African American, Bernie Mac, chaka kahn, drug addiction, Etta james, fame, heavy d, herbie hancock, James Brown, media entrepreneur, natalie cole, patti labelle, Phyllis Hyman, price of fame, Vesta, Vesta Williams, Whitney, Whitney Houston, Whitney Houston dead. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.