‘Sex Lives Of College Girls’ Alum Reneé Rapp On Scary Drugging Situation Behind ‘Snow Angel’ Song

Reneé Rapp is focused on her music after exiting The Sex Lives of College Girls and opening up on the scary situation behind her song “Snow Angel.”

While making an appearance on the podcast On Purpose hosted by Jay Shetty, the singer recalled the drugging experience she lived that inspired the track on her debut album of the same name.

“I was drugged, and I had just been missing for seven hours,” Rapp said about what happened back in 2022 when she attended a party with a new group of friends she had been warned about.

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She continued, “I really let my judgment go when it came to the people that were around me. We were all out, and it was just situation after situation where they were just not trustworthy, and then the next thing you knew, I was face up, laying down in a bathroom stall in a hotel bar, just waking up at 5 in the morning, completely alone.”

When she woke up the next day, Rapp said she woke up with blood on her pants adding, “I was drugged, and I had just been missing for seven hours. I stopped being friends with those people and stopped doing as much partying as I was doing. I told my parents, told some of my friends. I explained it in a very matter-of-fact way, and they were all very concerned and I didn’t even understand what was happening.”

The star said she didn’t process the situation right away but with encouragement from her co-writer  Alexander Glantz wrote a song for her debut album that served to open up about what occurred.

“We started writing it, and it was just the two of us. And the entire time I was writing it, I felt nothing,” Rapp said. “Until we recorded the song and the whole thing was done and I played it for my friends and my manager and everybody was like, ‘This is insane.’ But for me, that whole year of my life was inherent resilience.”

Watch the music video for “Snow Angel” below.


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