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Sizzurp What is it and why are so many celebrities getting hooked

7/14/2014
02:33 | Author: Sarah Gray

Codeine sizzurp
Sizzurp What is it and why are so many celebrities getting hooked

But far from being a harmless party drink, the codeine in sizzurp makes it highly addictive and comes with a host of serious side effects such as.

Overnight, pictures emerged of Rob Kardashian reportedly surrounded by cups which appeared to be containing Sizzurp.

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Jose Martinez, a Drug Enforcement Administration special agent, told the L.A. Times that while the cough syrup is a prescription-only controlled substance, its recreational use is widespread.

By the 1980s and 1990s the formula changed to using codeine promethazine cough syrup mixed with flavoured soda such as Sprite and Jolly Ranchers and gained popularity in the underground rap scene.

Justin Bieber was reportedly using Sizzurp.

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Justin Bieber Arrest What Is Sizzurp? - The Hollywood Reporter

5/13/2014
12:26 | Author: Hannah Ramirez

Codeine sizzurp
Justin Bieber Arrest What Is Sizzurp? - The Hollywood Reporter

Sizzurp is an addictive concoction that gets the user high, made by Prescription cough syrup contains the active ingredients codeine and.

What's the downside of sizzurp?

How prevalent is sizzurp abuse among teenagers?

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As reports circulate that Justin Bieber, 19, has been arrested in Miami Beach for DUI, one of the pop superstar's drugs of choice is under the glare of the public spotlight as never before. Here now is everything you need to know about the dangerous recreational narcotic.

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Lil Wayne Hospitalization What the Hell Is Sizzurp? - The Daily Beast

3/12/2014
02:39 | Author: Ryan Brooks

Codeine sizzurp
Lil Wayne Hospitalization What the Hell Is Sizzurp? - The Daily Beast

Doctors had found high amounts of codeine in his system, with TMZ reporting he went on Of course, it isn't only rap stars who are into sizzurp.

What the hell is sizzurp?

Wayne often raps about the drink as well, most famously in his 2008 single “Me and My Drank,” in which he refers to sizzurp as a woman “with service road curves and highway eyes.” In defense of his love of the drink, which had come under increased scrutiny since Pimp C’s death, Wayne raps: “This is how we do it, do it in the south / One more ounce will make me feel so great / Wait, now I can’t feel my face.” The “south,” as Wayne notes, is where the drink as we know it today has its origins.

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What is sizzurp? Go Ask Alice!

11/21/2014
06:28 | Author: Hannah Ramirez

Codeine sizzurp
What is sizzurp? Go Ask Alice!

Sizzurp users run the risk of developing dependency and overdosing on the main ingredients, codeine and promethazine. These drugs.

Fun name, not necessarily fun outcome! Sizzurp, or purple drank, is a dangerous recreational drug, usually derived from mixing prescription-strength cough syrups (though sometimes over-the counter varieties) with soda and candy. Sizzurp users run the risk of developing dependency and overdosing on the main ingredients, codeine and promethazine.

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What39s Sizzurp? Ask T.I. or the FDA TIME.com

9/20/2014
04:25 | Author: Sarah Gray

Codeine sizzurp
What39s Sizzurp? Ask T.I. or the FDA TIME.com

It's sizzurp, a popular drink made with cough syrup (usually the prescription-strength kind with codeine), 7-Up and Jolly Ranchers candies.

What’s syrupy sweet, deep purple and entirely hazardous? No, it isn’t this guy. It’s sizzurp, a popular drink made with cough syrup (usually the prescription-strength kind with codeine), 7-Up and Jolly Ranchers candies.

Also referred to as “purple drank” and “sippin’ syrup,” sizzurp is addictive and has the potential to contribute to overdose.

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