I love MTV News.
It’s been the network’s main source of entertainment for the past 30 years.
But it’s also been a source of frustration for me, because MTV News has been so dependent on my content for so long that it has become like a kind of corporate parent.
The network is basically saying, “We’re not really interested in your content, so let’s do things a different way.”
This week, MTV News launched a new digital series, I’m a Star, that will feature stars and musicians in their 20s and 30s talking about their struggles with addiction and addiction issues.
I’m A Star is one of a number of new digital programs that MTV is launching to address the stigma that young people of color face.
It has also spawned a new hashtag, #IamaStar, which is a nod to the show’s fictional star, Ira Glass.
I am a Star will premiere on Sunday, February 20.
A star is a person who has the most money, influence, and status, but is unable to get help or treatment for their addiction.
The show also explores the struggle of young people who struggle with drug use and addiction.
One of the most compelling segments in the series will focus on rapper Lil Yachty, who has been a major force in the industry since his debut with the hit song, “Dope Boy.”
Lil Yac, a self-proclaimed addict and heroin addict, is one the biggest stars in hip-hop, with more than 5 million Twitter followers and a million YouTube subscribers.
I am A Star will also feature musicians who have struggled with substance abuse and addiction, including the critically acclaimed singer-songwriter-producer Kanye West.
West’s addiction has been widely discussed in the media.
Last year, Kanye West’s publicist told The Hollywood Reporter that West was “living in a bubble” because he was not receiving treatment for his addiction.
West has also said that he has “more of a problem with drugs than alcohol” and has said that the show will feature “people who have had a hard time being sober.”
The show will also include artists who are part of the “resistance” to drug use, including Chance the Rapper and Future.
The rapper, who released his album, Life of Pablo in May, has said on his Instagram account that he “has had to live on my own” since coming out as a gay man.
Future, who also came out as gay in February, recently spoke with Rolling Stone magazine about his struggles with drug addiction.
“I think I am an example of the resistance,” he said.
“Because I am from a very conservative family, it has been very tough.
I had a really rough time in high school, and I am not even sure if I am the type of person who would go on to be successful.
I was always so scared and scared of being a rapper.
I have been in and out of rehab.
I just wanted to be a part of that and be successful in life, but I just don’t feel like I am successful because of that.”
MTV News will also explore how the industry views and treats addiction and the media and entertainment industries’ role in it.
In its latest survey, the network found that 46 percent of respondents were either addicted to music, movies, television, or television shows.
That figure is up from 37 percent in 2013, according to the report.
“The industry has become more focused on marketing and entertainment in the past decade than it was 20 years ago,” said David B. Cohen, senior vice president of MTV Networks.
“There is a lot of attention on how much we spend on entertainment and how we spend money on our entertainment, and it is changing the way we consume entertainment and consume the news.
I think this will be a really interesting opportunity to explore the different ways the industry is viewing the addict.
The new digital program, I Am A Star, will be available exclusively on MTV News and will include music, video, and interviews with artists and musicians who are trying to get sober.
In addition, the show is launching a new Twitter hashtag: #IAmAStar, in reference to the character Ira.
The hashtag is an acronym for I Am Not a Star.