On Dec. 27, the 44-year-old musician posted a photo holding a 60-day chip and wrote that 2018 “brought me to my knees.”
“It turns out that's where I needed to be: in prayer for everyone here or lost,” he noted. “In these trying times, God bless everyone struggling or on the path to empathy, kindness and recovery.”
Adams sobriety achievement comes just two months after he went on what may have been his rock bottom moment — a disturbing rant, which included digs against his ex, Moore, 34.
“You can only get so low before you quit,” the singer-songwriter tweeted on Oct. 10. “I can’t see the waterline lately. This sucks.”
“Sometimes you get stuck to the spiritual equivalent of a soggy piece of cardboard,” he then wrote of his former spouse, who he got divorced from in 2016. “But it rains on net-a-porter every day when you’re trapped inside yourself. Take the money. I’ll take my pride, any day.”
Adams then took at his wedding day and marriage with Moore: “When someone told me we got married I thought they were joking,” he blasted. “Then I realized how many painkillers I was taking. Honestly there weren’t enough to numb the shock.”
“I am in pain. It’s real,” he added in the bizarre diatribe. “People will leave you and your life will fall into total chaos.”
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