Back in June, Tom Hanks' rapper son Chet Haze caused controversy with his liberal use of "nigga".
When Vic Mensa called him out on it, Haze went after him on Twitter, claiming he was just salty because Mensa's chick was into him.
Now he says that was all the cocaine talking.
In a long series of Instagram videos, Haze speaks about being in rehab for his addiction. He addresses the n-word flap, saying that some people got the point he was trying to make, but that "It's not my place to speak on it and I'm genuinely sorry for the people that I offended."
In the clips, he talks about doing and selling so much coke that his nose got clog. He also makes sure we have little sympathy for him by whining about the burdens of being Tom Hanks' son.
I only say this to show y'all how real it is, not to glorify anything I've done. There's nothing glorious about bringing yourself closer to death and prison with each day of active addiction. I'm just giving y'all the raw realness to let y'all know that this shit here really is not a game. It's life or death. And the solution is Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, and the surrendering of your will and your life over to a Higher Power of your own understanding. A video posted by LA / WORLD WIDE (@chethanx) on