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Rob Kardashian in treatment

 
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Rob Kardashian has bigger issues than trying to lose weight. According to Star, the reality brother, 27, is being treated for depression at The Meadows trauma and addiction treatment center in Arizona. Poisons of choice are apparently marijuana, alcohol and prescription cough syrup.

Let’s hope bro is well enough for his big sister Kim’s wedding to Kanye West, rumored to be in France in the next few weeks. In other nuptials news, Jenny McCarthy is engaged to Donnie Wahlberg, she announced on The View.

Sick time

So how’s Miley Cyrus doing? The singer nixed her Tuesday show in Kansas City, Miss., after being hospitalized for a “severe allergic reaction to antibiotics” and had to miss her St. Louis show Wednesday as well. She Tweeted: “Somethings [sic] are outta my control.” The excuse seems legit, and the 21-year-old is still on medical rest, says her rep, so maybe she should stop with the social media and go to sleep!

Bad night

Elsewhere in St. Louis, B.B. King wants another chance after an erratic, rambling set led to a stream of catcalls and early departures. The Hall of Famer, 88, issued an apology saying King and his band had driven straight from Las Vegas, a 24-hour, 1,600-mile trip each way and that the blues legend missed his daily dosage of diabetes medicine, which elevated his blood sugar.

Rapper’s fall

Rapper Andre Johnson severed his penis and jumped from the second level of an L.A. apartment building early Wednesday. A seriously injured Johnson, along with his recovered penis, was taken to the hospital. Johnson has been a member of Northstar, a hip hop group that was part of the Wu-Tang Clan family and performs under the name Christ Bearer.

Promo shot

Speaking of chilling out on social media: James Franco used to have cred. A few days after the scandal broke that he had tried to woo a 17-year-old girl via Instagram, the 127 Hours star posted a shirtless selfie that tells his fans that if he gets 2M followers he promises to follow 5,000. Franco can’t be that hard up, can he? Don’t answer that.

Party time

Lindsay Lohan admitted to relapsing with “a glass of wine” on her docu-series on OWN, but it seems the actress is downplaying things. An eyewitness tells In Touch that about two weeks ago the actress hit up NYC’s Electric Room, where she was “slamming back glasses of straight vodka.” Backstage at Coachella? Yep, more of the same.

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