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Robbie Williams recalls his wild days

Robbie Williams

London:  Singer Robbie Williams has shared something from his own experience. He has warned fans “not to get high and then go food shopping”.

The 46-year-old has been candid about his past abuse of drugs. He has discussed the topic again in a recent podcast, reports mirror.co.uk.

Williams recalled the time when he first quit Take That group in 1995 and the changes he went through.

He said: “I rented a flat. I went to the supermarket on my first shop. Once. Stoned. Don’t go to a supermarket stoned. You make bad choices. I opened the fridge door and there was this whole Mr Kipling cake. And I can remember this moment going, ‘Hang on, I don’t live with my mum. I can eat all that cake’.”

He went on to say he found himself gaining weight as a result of his high calorie diet.

Williams explained: “That was January. By February I was morbidly obese. I looked like a farm animal as it was quoted in the press in 1996, ‘Mr Kipling is a b*d’.”

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