A clump of fentanyl-bound cocaine killed a comic and two others, and left the ex of Darius Rucker in a Los Angeles medical clinic, a report said.
Fuquan Johnson, author for “Satire Parlor Live,” passed on subsequent to ingesting too much at a Venice home Friday night, as per TMZ. Two different casualties were articulated dead at the scene, the power source said.
Comic Kate Quigley, who lives nearby to the house and as of late dated the Hootie and the Blowfish artist, was hospitalized in basic condition, as per the report. The clinical analyst will authoritatively figure out what killed Johnson, 42, and the other anonymous casualties, yet sources tell the power source each of the four individuals were ingesting coke spoiled with the very incredible narcotic.
Fentanyl, a manufactured painkiller that is up multiple times more intense than heroin, has been a factor in the passings of Prince, Mac Miller and Tom Petty. In 2019, fentanyl was associated with more than 66% of all New York City drug gluts, information showed.
Online media clients have been cautioning of spoiled coke getting out and about in the city’s party scene this spring and summer.
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