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Friday 02, Jan 2009

  STEROID USE NEWS ON TIMESUNION.COM’S TOP THREE LIST

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50-cent-steroidsTimesunion.com has named the articles that have been viewed most by readers this past year of 2008. The top three are a misspelling of Barack Obama’s last name in Rensselaer County last October, details on the use of  anabolic steroids of different rap artists and other celebrities, and a disrupted graduation due to a public display by a graduate of Saratoga Springs High School.

The article entitled “Steroids beyond sports” drew more than 170,000 people to the web site of Times Union after the public had learned that R&B and rap stars Mary J. Blige, 50 Cent, Timberland, and Wyclef Jean used steroids and injectable growth hormones. This news isn’t the first to be heard in Hollywood, however. Apparently, celebrities make use of such drugs not because they want to improve their performance like athletes do, but because steroids have anti-aging properties.

One of the celebrities identified to have been charged for illegal possession of steroids and human growth hormones was Sylvester Stallone, who was caught during a customs inspection of his luggage back in 2007. Stallone claimed that he needed the drug to slow down his pituitary gland’s production of growth hormone, and to put up with his training. According to the article, the public should focus on the people who provide athletes and celebrities like Stallone the drugs they use, instead of fixating on the athletes and celebrities themselves

Thursday 18, Sep 2008

  The Showbiz Buzz: Trey Songz denies he used steroidz, er, steroids

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tremaine-aldon-neverson-steroidsR & B singer-songwriter Tremaine Aldon Neverson, better known as Trey Songz, denied that anabolic steroids were responsible for his recent metamorphosis. Here’s the report from Singersroom.

In a video posted recently, Songz and producer Troy Taylor dismiss rumors that steroids were responsible for Songz’ new look. Mentioning his training schedule and time in the gym Songz says “I lost like six pounds” since his last visit.

Critics had linked the singer’s more defined look to steroids over the last few weeks following previously accused stars LL Cool J, Timbaland and Busta Rhymes.

Other celebrities who had been implicated in a steroid scandal include 50 Cent, Mary J. Blige, and Wyclef Jean. This roster of artists got embroiled in a steroid investigation early this year that was led by Albany County District Attorney David Soares. Soares’ probe had focused on the Orlando-based Signature Pharmacy, which was suspected of illegally distributing steroids and other banned compounds to elite athletes and A-list celebrities.

It has been reported here that Soares’ case against the five individuals behind the Signature Pharmacy, including the husband-wife owners Stan and Naomi Loomis, suffered a huge setback recently. The indictments against the five defendants were dismissed by a New York state judge last week.

Thursday 24, Apr 2008

  Steroids – Your Chance for a Second Adolescence

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maryjblige-steroidsNow, don’t you like the sound and the possibility of that – a second stab at one of the thrilling stages of your life. It’s possible according to Charles Yesalis, Penn State professor of exercise and sports science.

“Essentially, anabolic steroids induce a second adolescence,” says Yesalis. “Many of the same things happen as would in puberty. As testosterone levels elevate, the user experiences increased strength and muscle mass.”

He further explains: “Anabolic steroids are synthetic versions of the natural hormone testosterone, which drives the development of secondary male sex characteristics. When boys hit puberty, testosterone levels shoot up, causing hair to grow, sex organs to mature, muscles to enlarge and the voice to deepen. The process continues until testosterone levels begin to drop off at age 40.”

Note that anabolic steroids are not exclusively used by athletes who want to boost their performance. Popular models and Hollywood celebrities are reportedly using (not en masse, but many of them) steroids to improve their marketability. As one online survey has concluded, the bulk of recreational steroid users are motivated in improving their physical appearance and not their performance in athletic sports.

This positive aspect of these controlled substances (improving looks, defying age) is the reason why Mary J. Blige and other RnB artists figured in a doping incident recently. Some steroids are considered as fast fat burners and most are known to improve the general physique. Thus, those who want some a little help in getting a well-toned body resort to steroids.

And it looks like Hollywood is not the only stars haven ‘benefiting’ from steroids. Its Indian counterpart, Bollywood, is also gaining different kind of publicity because of steroids. Salman Khan is one of Bollywood’s most controversial cases of steroid use.

Yesalis warns though that steroids can be harmful to users. Acne breakout, baldness, infertility and virilization symptoms (excessive hair growth, deepening of voice) on women are just a few of the possible side effects of steroid use.

Wednesday 23, Jan 2008

  Celebrities on Steroids: Wyclef , 50cent , Timbaland , Mary J. Blige

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rap steroids gangIt is official, the new U2 data from our CIA spy planes has revealed that Wyclef , 50cent , Timbaland , Mary J. Blige are all using steroids (as if it wasn’t obvious). The U2 spy plan, unfortunately, was only concentrating on steroids and forget the over $15,000,000 USD worth of recreational drugs (yearly est. figure) such as marijuana (weed), cocaine, crack and meth (speed/ice) that is used by rappers every day. We just forget the cocaine and concentrate on steroids. Where did they buy steroids? that’s the first question. It was a legitimate pharmacy that issued prescriptions after a blood test and phone consultations. Thus, it wasn’t doing anything wrong at the time until the government said otherwise.  Basically, they did everything by the book but the book was changed!

Alleged steroid use:

Mary J. Blige: Anavar + HGH (human growth hormone)

50cent: Testosterone + HGH

Timbaland: HGH and Deca durabolin / testosterone

Wyclef: unknown but possibly HGH and testosterone of a sort

Wednesday 16, Jan 2008

  Mary J. Blige using steroids?

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steroids Mary J. BligeMary J. Blige is using steroids and human growth hormone, well it’s evident now that she received shipments for HGH from an out of business prescription pharmacy! She got some Anavar and some HGH it seems! not too bad for a girl that looks good. She’s good to go in my book, both her and 50cent. RAP + Steroids , yea baby! As a black girl, I’m assuming she was a bit fat (weight problem), so she used Anavar and probably some HGH to slim down and keep in shape for her numerous appearances.

Between August 2005 and January 2007 Blige allegedly received multiple shipments from an Orlando pharmacy of Jentropin, a human growth hormone, and Oxandrolone, an anabolic steroid, in orders sent to her at the Beverly Hills Hotel, MGM Grand in Las Vegas, and Clay Gym in New York City. At least one of the orders was mailed under the name “Marlo Stanfield,” which is the character name of a drug kingpin on the Baltimore-based HBO crime drama “The Wire.”