Famous Rapper Describes Scott Stapp Suicide Attempt: ‘He’s Bloody, F*cked Up’

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You can call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255.

In a new interview with GQ, rapper TI described seeing former Creed frontman Scott Stapp nearly jump to his death and dying by suicide in 2006.

“I was outside in Miami, at the Shore Club, and I was stepping outside my balcony, about to fire up my blunt, me and my partner Big Phil,” T.I. says. “I just heard moaning and groaning from up on top of the roof area. I’m looking at Phil and I’m like, ‘Are you hungry?’ I thought it was his stomach because Phil was always hungry. And he was like, ‘Man, that ain’t me.’ And we continue to smoke, and then [moaning sound]. So I step out and look down and don’t see nothing. And then I look up and – ‘Oh shit, it’s a white man up there!’ [laughs] That’s what really shocked me. Blood shows up real good on a white man.”

“So I’m like, ‘He’s bloody, fucked up,'” T.I. continues. “And he’s like, ‘Those motherfuckers, I’ma get ’em, I’ma get ’em.’ And he tried to get up and he fell back down. Clearly, his leg was broken or something. And he told us the story about how he thought his girlfriend was cheating on him with his best friend. He tried to jump from 14 – and I think we were probably the sixth floor, something like that. And he was trying to continue to jump.

And we was like, ‘No, no, no. Don’t do that.’ So basically, I offered him the J, but he couldn’t reach me. So I said, ‘I tell you what, I’ll let you hit it if you let me call somebody to get you down.’ So he let us call somebody to get him down. And I didn’t know it, but that was Scott Stapp from Creed.”

  • mbear

    Damn, this guy is a wreck.

    By the way, anyone else having issues using this site from outside the US?

  • Kay B

    I saw Creed for $2.00 in Milwaukee when no one really knew who they were. I was getting tossed around like a rag doll in the mosh pit and some huge guy with a screw through his tongue licked me on the side of the face. I was appalled. Scott Stapp noticed and stopped signing and grabbed me out of the crowd and told me to sit on the side of the stage and watch the show from there, next to Mark. Scott has serious mental issues, but with continued support and medical help, I think he can continue to do well.

    • Olga Stewart

      I am really glad that Scott got you up on the side of the stage.

      And as for that guy who did that to you?

      He just got a mental ‘kick in the ass’.