Eminem’s Manager Paul Rosenberg Worried About 2007 Drug Overdose ‘brain Damage’
Eminem recently shared how his manager Paul Rosenberg feared he might be suffering from brain damage when he was hospitalized after a methadone overdose in 2007.
Here’s everything you need to know.
Eminem’s manager feared the rapper might suffer brain damage
Eminem recently sat down with his manager Paul Rosenberg for an episode of his Paul Pod podcast that aired on Thursday, September 8th.
During the interview, the rap star opened up about his battle with addiction, which nearly left him with brain damage.
He said: “It took a long time for my brain to start working again.
Rosenberg went on to mention how he feared Eminem would not survive his 2007 overdose.
He claimed: ‘I mean, you literally came out of an overdose and they had to sort of stabilize you with a few drugs. And some of them took you a minute to adjust to—let’s leave it at that.”
Rosenberg then asked, “So you’re learning to rap again, almost literally, right? Because this is the first time in so many years that you’ve created without having any substances in your body, right?
Additionally, Slim Shady said that Rosenberg was concerned that the rapper might be brain damaged.
He recalled: ‘You didn’t ask the doctors – when I first started rapping again and I sent it to you – you didn’t say, ‘I just want to make sure he’s not brain damaged.’
Rosenberg replied, “I thought you might have some lasting problems.” Yeah, I was definitely worried.’
He went on to add: ‘I was so happy you weren’t brain damaged… permanently unable to rap again.’
Eminem talks about his recovery from a 2007 drug overdose
Eminem was hospitalized in December 2007 after accidentally overdosing on methadone. At the time, he was addicted to prescription drugs.
However, opiates are now used to treat victims who are in extreme pain.
According to WebMD, the substance is used to treat people who are addicted to heroin or narcotic painkillers.
Meanwhile, Eminem recalled the time he miraculously survived a fatal overdose during his recent interview with Paul Rosenberg.
Real Slim singer Shady revealed: ‘I was taking 75-80 Valium a night.’
In addition, he explained, “I remember when I first got sober and all that s**t was out of my system, I remember being really happy. Everything was brand new to me again.’
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