A$AP Yams

The accidental overdose of Steven "A$AP Yams" Rodriguez

About Steven Rogriguez

Steven Rodriguez or A$AP Yams was a part of a rap/hip hop group called ASAP Mob formed in 2006 to present day, him & 19 others are members of that group, including ASAP Ferg & ASAP Rocky. Yams was famous for forming ASAP Mob along with A$AP Bari, and A$AP Illz. ASAP Mob also created a clothing line called Blackout Boyz.
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Drugs

Yams took codeine, xans, adderall, drank alcohol, smoked cigarettes and weed.
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Negative Consequences

Yams drug use led him to suffering from seizures and his sleep apnea to worsen. On January 18, 2015. A$AP Yams was found dead in his apartment in Brooklyn. His death is ruled an accidental overdose caused by opiates and benzodiazepine, or other wise known as codeine and Xanax, also due to his worsen condition of sleep apnea, Yams death was also caused by him choking on his vomit in his sleep. He was 26.

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Marilyn Monroe

About Marilyn

Marilyn Monroe was born with the name Norma Jeane Mortenson. She was an American actress and model. She was known as the most popular "sex symbol" in the era towards sexual attitudes. She was born and raised in Los Angeles, as a child she spent most of her time in foster homes and orphanages. She got married at age 16 while working in a factory.
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Drugs

Marilyn died August 5th of 1962 of a overdose on barbiturate which is a sleeping pill. She suffered from mental illness and substance abuse for years before she passed.
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What Happened??

"Monroe spent her last day, Saturday, August 4, at her home in Brentwood, accompanied by publicist Patricia Newcomb, housekeeper Eunice Murray, photographer Lawrence Schiller and psychiatrist Dr. Ralph Greenson at various times. At Greenson's request, Murray stayed overnight to keep Monroe company. At approximately 3 a.m. the next day, she noticed that Monroe had locked herself in her bedroom and was unresponsive".

Links

Article 1:http://www.biography.com/people/marilyn-monroe-9412123

Article 2:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marilyn_Monroe

The Mysterious Death Of Marilyn Monroe