“There are a lot of people who live long lives with fucking AFib,” said Violent J, adding, “There comes a time in everyone’s life when you have to take that first step back. And yes, I’m 49, I take my step earlier than many people, but the point is that every single living person – if they’re lucky – will have to take that step back one day. Because nobody escapes the trials and tribulations of being human. “

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