Eminem has taken to Twitter and Instagram to celebrate being sober for a decade, after overdosing in 2007.
The 'Kill You' rapper famously struggled with drugs and alcohol abuse and boasted about it in some of his early lyrics.
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Eminem, real name Marshall Mathers, was hospitalised after overdosing on methadone and has said he was taking up to 60 Valium and 30 Vicodin pills a day before entering rehab.
That's now all in his past.
"Celebrated my 10 years yesterday," he stated with a photo of him holding up a special sobriety coin.
The coin features the Roman numeral X - for 10 years - in the middle, along with the words "service," "unity" and "recovery".
Fans were quick to congratulate Eminem on Twitter and Instagram.
Eminem has just featured alongside Beyonce as a headline act at this year's Coachella festival.