The death of Mac Miller shocked the Hip-Hop scene, and French Montana was motivated to start an addiction support group as a result.

Montana, who has struggled with his own addiction issues, detailed how his most recent cooperation with Guardian Recovery Services and NAQI Healthcare intends to offer monitored in-home detox programs for addicts seeking sobriety in an interview with a source for the Every Day podcast.

Because I’m in that place and think of these artists as my brothers and my family, French added, “[Mac Miller’s death] touched me.” And when we lose one, it’s almost like losing a piece of ourselves.

He continued by saying that his method assists addicts in properly detoxing because doing so on your own might occasionally result in perilous circumstances.

It’s harmful, so you can’t shrug it off by yourself, he warned. “I’m thrilled and grateful that we can heal people, especially in the privacy of their own homes. Many people are reserved.

“When you have troubles, you want to remain private and be cared for wherever you feel comfortable,” he concluded. Wherever they are at ease, we want to do everything we can to keep people alive.

The “Unforgettable” rapper claims to have been sober for more than a year after being hospitalized in 2019 for exhaustion and substance misuse.

He described the event as “simply overdoing things for too long.” “And I’ve gotten to the point where staying sober has replaced my high. I was being accused of being out of control. Not me, you get what I mean?

French now views quitting his addiction as one of his greatest life accomplishments. He remarked, “I took a step back, two steps back, didn’t drop any music, detox from social media. “And I believe that recovering myself was the toughest thing I have ever done in my life. Therefore, stopping everything and taking a step back was one of my best successes.

The L.A. County Coroner’s Office has determined that Mac Miller’s accidental overdose death at the age of 26 was caused by a combination of fentanyl, cocaine, and alcohol in his system.

Charges were brought against three alleged drug dealers who, according to the prosecution, provided Miller with the fentanyl-laced counterfeit oxycodone. Two of them have received prison terms of at least 11 years.