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LA’s Underground Music Drug Queen (Stacy Ann Ferguson “Fergie”)

Stacy Ann Ferguson, born on March 27, 1975, started her career as the voice of Sally in the Charlie Brown cartoon. She eventually went on to land a task on the long term television show, Kids Incorporated. After the show wrapped up she joined up with the band named Wild Orchid. It was her beginning of celebrity after delivering a number of hit songs under the brand RCA. Only 36 months later while on tour the label cancelled on the group Wild Orchid and it’s really then that Stacy started off her melt down. Devastated over the loss of her job, as well as the skepticism of her future, she started out taking the drugs Ecstasy and Crystal Methamphetamine.

She became addicted to the drugs and dwindled away to merely ninety pounds. Any time good friends asked about her weight-loss she told lies and told them she was bulimic. Soon afterwards she looked in the looking glass and was mortified for precisely what she noticed and looked to God for help. She determined that she had too much talent to be throwing away her life away and started the whole process of cleaning up her act. In 2000 while working as a party area regular and back-up singer for a variety of bands and artists she was noticed by a member of the Black Eyed Peas who signed her on as being a permanent member. These days Stacy is taking pleasure in her well-deserved limelight.

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