Chaka Khan & Taka Boom Return To Rehab

Published: Sunday 10th Jul 2016 by David

Chaka Khan has made the decision to return to rehab to free herself from her addiction prescription medicine.

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The singer and her sister, Taka Boom, have agreed to complete a lengthy run at a drug rehabilitation centre following the passing of their friend Prince.

She shared via a statement:

Unfortunately, I will miss concert appearances over the summer. However, it’s vital that I put my health and well-being first. I know that I am disappointing some of my fans, but I also know they would want me to recover and be well and healthy. The tragic death of Prince has had us both rethinking and reevaluating our lives and priorities. We knew it was time to take action to save our lives. My sister and I would like to thank everyone for their support, love and prayers.

Big Story adds:

The 63-year-old Grammy-winning singer says she has been battling an addiction to the same medication that led to Prince’s death.

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  1. Weezy Tha Goat/ Zayn is ? July 10, 2016

    Good for them both ?? Stay Blessed.

    • Christina Aguilera July 11, 2016

      Rihanna should join them
      Chris Brown Too

  2. Mark111 July 10, 2016

    Maybe my fave can join them for her coke addiction.

    • finish ha July 10, 2016

      Beyonces a flop

    • Gsyyyyyok July 11, 2016

      Yeah GaGa does need help

  3. JT ALL DAY July 10, 2016

    Lil Wayne should join them.

  4. justme July 10, 2016

    U should know when your faces start to slur lyrics and lookin drunk all the time *cough* rihanna

    • Sam July 10, 2016

      It’s distasteful to call someone out without good intention.

      Good for Chaka and Taka for taking public steps to change, maybe they will inspire others celebrities or not to make the changes they need

  5. AnnaMae July 10, 2016

    This is so sad. Prescription meds are potentially more dangerous than any street drug, in the sense that it’s readily available and accessible to the user anytime they want it. You don’t have to go through the lengths that you usually would to get other drugs. All we can do is pray for her recovery.

  6. #formulation ?☕ July 10, 2016

    Well done, im proud

  7. Jec2 July 10, 2016

    Saw her two months ago, everything was a mess except her top notes. Staggering, slurry mess. Hope she gets the help. She’s a deserving legend.

  8. Grande The Way July 10, 2016

    Thats good for them. Addiction to prescribed medication is a serious problem in the US

  9. ow Reddish tran ivy blokz Need UK timely Ukuyikiji July 10, 2016

    Proud of her for doing that wish her nothing but the best of her

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