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Vic Mensa Is Celebrating Two Years Of Sobriety And "Building The Best Version" Of Himself
"I'm at a point where if an action is not actively furthering my goals, professionally, mentally, spiritually, physically...it doesn't have a place in my life right now."by Morgan Murrell
Rapper and activist Vic Mensa is reflecting on his sobriety journey after hitting a two-year milestone.
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On Monday, Vic shared a health update with his Instagram followers while celebrating another year sober. He spoke candidly about how this lifestyle change allowed him to "build the best version" of himself.
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"Two years sober," Vic wrote in his Instagram caption. "In many ways I would liken it to running uphill — at first it is difficult, but after time your strength increases, your endurance increases."
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