Demi Lovato’s Dealer Claims She Knew the Risk

Brandon Johnson told TMZ that, in his opinion, Lovato knew exactly what she was getting into when she texted him at 4am the morning she overdosed.

In his extremely raw and candid interview with the media, Johnson goes into detail explaining the two had a flirty, sexual relationship which Lovato’s people strongly deny… so, keep in mind this is his story…

Johnson says the singer knew the drugs were ‘after market’ and, therefor, carried a greater risk but says he did not know the pills were laced with anything (fentanyl)… which they were. Johnson says after the two ingested the drugs, he left around 7 or 8am ‘while Demi was sleeping with no sign of distress.’

It was later that morning when Demi’s assistant found her and called 911. Lovato was in deep distress and had to be revived with Narcan. It is believed that Lovato’s overdose was caused by Oxycodone laced with fentanyl.

Demi is currently in treatment.

Fan Charged After Rushing Stage, Grabbing Jay-Z

Anthony Charles Thomas Maxwell rushed the stage at Beyonce and Jay-Z’s “On the Run II” show in Atlanta on Saturday and made contact with the rapper. The moment didn’t last long, obviously, as security staff and back-up dancers took care of Maxwell.

Police officer Lisa Bender told the Associated Press Maxwell was initially issued a citation for disorderly conduct, but police have added a charge of simple battery.

A spokesperson for the Carters say they are fine and will not be pressing charges.]

Snoop Dogg Parties at Tweed

Snoop made a surprise appearance at Tweed’s annual Shin Dig gathering, an event held by the company to thank the town for their support. It was rumored he may make an appearance, and he DEFINITELY did. The rapper, who has a vested interest in the cannabis company’s well-being (he’s a stakeholder), treated attendees to a surprise concert!

Snoop does business in Smiths Falls. Tweed with produce his ‘Leafs By Snoop’ cannabis line. They will have exclusive rights to use his content and brands from his current co., LBC Holdings. This is Snoop Dogg’s first dip in the Canadian cannabis industry.

Mark Zekulin, Tweed’s president, says more details will come as his company, which currently produces medical marijuana, adapts to the new consumer landscape when recreational cannabis is legalized.

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