Eminem has become a household name over the last decade, but he's tried to keep his personal life out of the media as much as possible. In a new documentary titled 'How To Make Money Selling Drugs', he opens up about his struggles with drug addiction - more specifically, prescription drug addiction.
He explains, "People tried to tell me that I had a problem. I would say, 'Get that f--king person out of here. I'm not out there shooting heroin. I'm not f--king out there putting coke up my nose. I'm not smoking crack."
He adds, "I don't know what point exactly it started to be a problem. I just remember liking it more and more." He adds that soon, his body was starting to reject the drugs, explaining, "My organs were shutting down. My liver kidneys, everything. They were going to have to put me on dialysis. They didn't think I was going to make it. My bottom was going to be death."
He explains that he's finally opening up about his addiction in the hopes of helping people going through the same thing, and he adds that everybody should know that it eventually 'gets better'. Unfortunately, it's too late for some musicians like Amy Winehouse, who unfortunately died from a drug overdose. But it will definitely help those who may actually be currently suffering from addiction and feeling like they have nothing to live for.