R&B superstar Mary J Blige has a history of battling substance abuse. In the past, she's admitted to being addicted to both drugs and alcohol.
Well last night, the Queen of R&B Soul was looking a little bit like... the old Mary.
The paparazzi caught up with Mary last night, as she arrived to the popular LA club Bootsy Bellows. She was there to celebrate Flo-Rida's birthday, along with rapper NAS and R&B singer Ashanti.
But as Mary was arriving, a cup of fell out of her SUV - and it appeared to be carrying some type of inebriant. Then she stumbled out of the vehicle and had to be assisted walking into the club!
Here are the pics of her arrival:
Mary is having a great 2019 with sold out performances throughout the country and most recently honored by BET as it's recipient for the Lifetime Achievement Award. With that said, Mary is still in a difficult time in her life. She recently finalized her divorce with ex-husband Kendu Isaacs - and it cost her a pretty penny.
Mary reportedly has to pay Kendu millions a year, as part of the divorce settlement.
Blige was born on January 11, 1971 in New York, in the borough of The Bronx, but spent some time in Savannah, Georgia until she was 7. Afterwards she and her family moved back to New York and resided in the Schlobohm Housing Projects, located in Yonkers, New York. She was born to mother Cora, a nurse, and father Thomas Blige, a Jazz musician. She is the second of three children. She has an older sister LaTonya Blige-DaCosta, and brother, Bruce Miller. The family subsisted on her mother's earnings as a nurse after her father left the family in the mid-1970s, a former alcoholic and the latter a Vietnam War veteran who suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder. Blige spent her early years in Richmond Hill, Georgia, where she sang in a Pentecostal church.