Madonna could have been hospitalized due to a drug overdose: the media speculate that the singer was doping
The world famous American singer Madonna was found unconscious in her mansion the other day, after which she was rushed to intensive care at a hospital in New York. There, the 64-year-old star was given an injection of the drug Narcan, which is commonly used to treat suspected drug overdoses.
Representatives of Madonna previously claimed that the artist did inject the drug, but to combat septic shock due to a bacterial infection. However, some media have shared speculation that the singer could have taken the drug and it was it that affected her health.
On July 15 of this year Madonna was supposed to go on a massive world tour Celebration for the fortieth anniversary of her career. The show was set to kick off in Vancouver, Canada. The star had been diligently and actively preparing for the shows and, according to some sources, may have been doping to be even more productive.
However, as journalists, particularly Radar Online, point out, "there is nothing to indicate that the artist needed Narcan to treat the debilitating effects of her drug use."
Meanwhile, celebrity representatives refuse to comment on the subject.
It is noted that Narcan is usually found in "treatment kits for the rich and famous" and is considered useful for raising blood pressure when treating septic shock and raising extremely low blood pressure.
Recall that Madonna was found unconscious at her mansion on June 24. At the hospital, the celebrity had a tube inserted into her trachea to ventilate her lungs. At the medical facility, her daughter Lourdes was constantly at the side of the pop queen. All the details are in our story.
Later, the details of the singer's well-being became known. Insiders said that she is confined to bed, experiencing a constant feeling of nausea and weakness. They added that "the disease continues to destroy the body" of the singer.
As OBOZREVATEL wrote earlier, Madonna showed a rare photo of her adopted twin daughters. On it, the 11-year-old heiresses posed in graduation robes and academic hats.