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Sandra "Pepa" Denton from the group Salt N Pepa has been acting very strange these last couple of weeks.

And some on social media are worried that her actions may be the result of some type of drug use.

In the videos, Pepa appears jittery, and unsteady on her feet. Her speech also seems to be a bit slurred.

Here are some recent videos of Pepa, acting a little strange:

Sandra Denton, otherwise known as Pepa from the group Salt-N-Pepa, defended her name earlier this year after her boyfriend’s estranged wife accused her of being a mistress. The legendary rapper revealed that she was dating Aundre Dean in May, and that’s when Dean’s ex, journalist Jordyn Taylor, came with the accusations.

She alleged that Dean — who filed for divorce on March 8, 2018 — lied to her and said Pepa was his boss when that wasn’t the case. Taylor also said her ex asked if the rapper could be the godmother to their youngest child. “Happy birthday to my man and #MCM,” wrote Pepa on Monday, May 7, 2018. “Keep pushing and being a good dad. God will handle the rest.” “When mistresses talk about God, it’s laughable,” Taylor wrote the following day. “Good dads also don’t stress their pregnant wives out for 15 minutes of fame with a D-list has been senior citizen celebrity.” Then in June 2018, her name came up again when Taylor responded to Dean’s divorce filing and doubled down on her cheating claims. “He abandoned me and our one-year-old son and cheated on me with another woman,” court papers read.

Pepa is one half of the legendary female hip hop group Salt N Pepa. They released their single "Push It" in 1987, and it quickly became the number one song all around the world. Their debut album Hot, Cool & Vicious sold more than a million copies worldwide, making them the first female rap act to achieve gold and platinum-status. Their fourth album Very Necessary sold over 7 million copies worldwide (5 million of those in the US), making it the highest-selling album by a female rap act in history.

Salt-N-Pepa have sold over 15 million records worldwide, making them one of the best-selling rap acts of all time, male or female.