Stevie Nicks Talks About Her Habit: ‘I Survived My Cocaine’

Stevie Nicks Talks About Her Habit: ‘I Survived My Cocaine’

Stephanie Lynn Nicks, popularly often called Stevie Nicks, has opened up about her battle with drug habit.

Nevertheless, in line with the 73-year-old singer-songwriter, she would keep away from speaking about this chapter in her life if she ever plans to jot down an autobiography sooner or later.

Talking with Tim McGraw on his Apple Music Nation present “Past the Affect Radio” Wednesday, Nicks mentioned, “I managed to save lots of myself. I obtained by some fairly scary moments, however I saved me, no person else saved me.”

“I survived me. I survived my cocaine. I survived on my own,” she added.

Nicks went on to elucidate how she had checked herself into rehab, noting “No one did that for me. I did it and that is like with my entire life. So I might dance over these elements simply to offer the knowledge out to folks.”

The “Fringe of Seventeen” singer revealed she does not actually have a concrete plan to jot down a e book about herself. Nevertheless, if she ever decides to do this, it needs to be divided into 4 totally different books.

“I feel that what I might do first, and solely these days have I believed this, I’d sit down in some unspecified time in the future throughout the kitchen desk with a few of my girlfriends who’ve been there for lots of it and placed on a tape recorder and simply begin speaking from the very starting,” she mentioned.

Final week, the singer took to Twitter to announce her resolution to skip the 5 performances she had initially deliberate for 2021 as a result of COVID-19 instances. Though Nicks confirmed within the tweet that she has been vaccinated, she mentioned she would proceed “being extraordinarily cautious” contemplating her age.