El Debarge Rehab
February 16, 2011 by staff
El Debarge Rehab, In 2008, DeBarge was sentenced to two years in prison after allegedly being caught with crack. A court ruled he was in violation of his probation for previous drug charges. Given his encounters with the law, the sole proprietor of his album back in 2010, “Second Chance” seems apt. The song was also recently nominated for two Grammy Awards.
There is no shortage of celebrities seeking help in rehab these days. The latest star to undergo treatment is El Debarge, an R & B star who recently announced he would seek help with substance abuse.
CBS News reports that the announcement was made shortly before he was to embark on his North American tour to promote his album, which was released last year.
It was also reported that he said, “I hate to disappoint my fans, but it is necessary for me to take time to work on me so I can continue to share my music and my story with all the world. ”
El Debarge had problems with drugs before, but it is a pity that he should seek help right now as Entertainment Weekly reports that he had a whole year last year. After making his first album in 16 years, he was nominated for two Grammy Awards.
(AP) – R & B star El DeBarge has entered into a rehabilitation center and left of a national tour with Kem and Ledisi is set to kick off Friday at Texas.
The singer of 49 years said in a statement that he hates to disappoint his fans, but voluntarily checked into the center “to address issues arising from years of substance abuse.”
He has battled drug addiction for the last two decades.
The Michigan native led the group DeBarge, which hit in 1980 with No. 1 hits like “Time Will Reveal” and “Rhythm of the Night.
El DeBarge triumphantly elected last year with the release of “Second Chance”, his first album of new music in 16 years, winning two Grammy nominations for his work on the case.
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