Everybody is talking about the JT article where he admits to doing drugs. WOW - what a shocker. Do we really think anyone in Hollywood has not experimented to some extent? The Observer article where JT admits to using is actually really interesting. They talk about his new record and how he was influenced by Bowie and Prince. They describe his vision and the talented producers involved in his latest album. You can tell how much passion he has for music. He even mentions his fellow peers like Britney and Christina. Here's the buzzing drug quotes:
'What I really think is that I've never done anything that bad,' he says. 'I don't show up drunk to functions; the drugs that I do have been in my own private time. I've never been arrested - though not to say that I won't!
.... When asked if he'd ever want to be president of the United States - 'I've done way too many drugs already,' he responds, without missing a beat. 'I've already inhaled and I've already...who knows. I don't know if I want that responsibility.' So what's he done? 'I fear that if I said that, I'd fuel the fire, so forgive me,' he says. 'I'm just like everyone else, I get completely plastered, I've done my fair share of drugs and I've been caught places with my pants down; it's just I make sure there are no cameras around. If we get into this whole [drugs] conversation we don't have enough time. Some drugs haven't been legalised because it will ruin the other drugs, like nicotine and tobacco. Nicotine is more addictive than heroin. I'll leave the preaching to the preachers - my grandfather's a preacher - but I believe you don't do anything to excess. They always say too much of a good thing could be a bad thing. I try to live my life in a well-rounded manner. We all make mistakes.
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