Everything You NTK About The Drug Kim Kardashian Was High On When She Got Married...And Made That Sex Tape

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Everything You NTK About The Drug Kim Kardashian Was High On When She Got Married...And Made That Sex Tape

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Published November 26, 2018

When we say all has been revealed on the newest season of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, we mean it!

From juicy behind-the-scenes details showing how the reality star family reacted to Tristan Thompson’ cheating scandals to who told a pregnant Khloe Kardashian Tristan was being unfaithful—we've been getting plenty of tea, but this latest scorcher has our mugs overflowing! 

Kim Kardashian recently revealed she had “wild” days in her youth, admitting she was on the drug Ecstasy when she married her first husband, Damon Thomas, AND when she made the infamous sex tape with her ex-boyfriend Ray J.

During the conversation with her sister Kourtney Kardashian’s ex-husband, Scott Disick, and her sister Kendall Jenner, Kim addressed rumors about her being “high.”

“You went to Disney and you were all high or something — or Six Flags,” Scott began to say. 

Kendall jumped in stating, "I didn't know you got high," before Kim revealed, "I got married on ecstasy. The first time," referring to her 2000 wedding to the music producer.

"I did ecstasy once and I got married," she added. "I did it again, I made a sex tape. Like, everything bad would happen."

“You were high on ecstasy when you made that sex tape?” Scott asked shocked.

"Absolutely. Everyone knows it," responded the mother-of-three. "Like, my jaw was shaking the whole time."

Although, Kanye West’s wife has shared that she's "not like that anymore," she claims she’s “always the life of the party."

So, what exactly is ecstasy? Here's everything you need to know about the famous drug referred to as “X.”

  1. Ecstasy, referred to as "the love pill," and it's capsule version, "Molly," grew in popularity in the 1970s and 1980s.

    Via: sunrisehouse.com

  2. Ecstasy is also known as MDMA, a synthetic drug that acts as a stimulant and hallucinogen.
  3. The drug is said to produce an energizing effect, distortions in time, and perception.
  4. Researchers have determined that many ecstasy tablets contain not only MDMA at different concentrations, but also a number of other drugs or drug combinations that can be harmful.

    Via: DrugAbuse.Gov 

  5. 92% of people who've used ecstasy have also tried drugs including cocaine and heroin.

    Via: DrugFreeWorld.Org 

  6. Ecstasy can have emotionally damaging effects, and users often suffer depression, confusion, severe anxiety, paranoia, psychotic behavior, and other psychological problems.

    Via: DrugFreeWorld.Org 

  7. If "x" is taken too often, it can be just as addictive as cocaine and meth.

    Via: chapterscapistrano.com

  8. The long-term effects of ecstasy includes: Long-lasting brain damage, degenerated nerve branches and nerve endings, memory loss, kidney failure, hemorrhaging, psychosis, cardiovascular collapse, convulsions and death.

    Via: drugfreeworld.org

Written by BET Staff

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