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LA’s Underground Music Drug Queen (Stacy Ann Ferguson “Fergie”)

Stacy Ann Ferguson, given birth to on March 27, 1975, began her career as the voice of Sally in the Charlie Brown cartoon. She eventually went on to land a part on the long term show on tv, Kids Incorporated. When the show concluded she become a member of the group called Wild Orchid. It was her start to reputation after launching numerous hit songs under the brand RCA. Just several years later while on tour the label cancelled on the group Wild Orchid and it’s really then that Stacy commenced her melt down. Depressed over the loss of her career, and also the uncertainty of her potential future, she began taking the drugs Ecstasy and Crystal Methamphetamine.

She grew to become addicted to the drugs and disappeared away to just 90 lbs. Any time buddies asked about her weight-loss she lied and told them she was bulimic. Shortly after that she looked in the mirror and was horrified for precisely what she saw and turned to God for help. She decided that she had too much talent to be wasting her life away and began the entire process of cleaning up her act. In 2000 while being employed as a dance floor regular and backup singer for many bands and artists she was noticed by a member of the Black Eyed Peas who signed her on as being a permanent member. Right now Stacy is savoring her well-deserved spotlight.

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