G-Eazy Credits Mom for Inspiring Him to Enter Rehab Program in Heartfelt Tribute After Her Death
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When announcing Suzanne Olmsted's death in a heartbreaking social media post, the 'No Limit' rapper says that 'the tears won't stop' and the pain of losing his mom 'is enormous.'

AceShowbiz - G-Eazy is mourning the death of his mom, Suzanne Olmsted. In a heartfelt tribute he shared on his social media page, the California-based hip-hop star credited his mom for inspiring him to go to rehabilitation.

On Wednesday, November 24, the "No Limit" rapper shared a series of throwback photos of his mom. In the caption, he wrote, "As deeply as I was worried about you and your physical health, I didn't realize the extent of just how worried you were about me until you sent me the hardest letter I've ever had to read." He added, "Going to treatment for alcohol and drugs was my decision but your letter was what ultimately persuaded me."

"They say the opposite of addiction is connection, and I'd never felt more connected to you than I have in the past months," G-Eazy continued. "Coming home to this wasn't easy, and nothing will ever be moving forward… but like you would always say, 'one step at a time and don't look at the summit.' "

In his lengthy note, G-Eazy expressed his love for Suzanne. "I love you so much," he wrote. He then explained his feelings after he lost his mom, "The shock still won't let me accept the feeling that I'll never get to hug you in person again. My queen, my hero, my everything… my mom."

"The tears won't stop. My eyes hurt, my face hurts, my body hurts, everywhere hurts. There's no safe place to hide and there's no way to lay, sit, or stand that doesn't hurt," G-Eazy stressed. The "I Mean It" spitter went on to point out that the pain of losing his "queen" is "enormous." He added, "But I know you're out of yours and that brings me peace."

G-Eazy then praised Suzanne as saying, "The power of your plight to survive and protect us against all odds will forever be awe-inspiring." He continued gushing, "You were the definition of super-human… the context of which I gained gradually throughout my life."

"What you went through, the pain you endured, and the impossible adversity you faced will stay with me forever, deeply engrained in the fibers of my identity and being," G-Eazy penned. He then noted that Suzanne will always be his "biggest inspiration."

It remains unclear what kind of rehab he mentioned in his post. However, G-Eazy has had run-ins with the law for the past years. Back in 2018, he was arrested in Stockholm, Sweden on suspicion of assault, possession of narcotics and use of narcotics. He also reportedly punched a security guard after the guard found the musician had cocaine.

At that time, G-Eazy pleaded guilty to violent resistance, narcotics possession and assault against an official. He was then sentenced to probation and ordered to pay a fine of $10,000 and a $900 compensation fee to the security guard he assaulted.

In September, he was arrested and charged with assault in New York City after a brawl in a club. Then on November 8, he struck a plea deal which will keep him out of jail. However, he was assigned to a diversion program for which he must complete three Manhattan Justice Opportunities sessions.

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