Last month, we reported that Tom Hanks son, aspiring rapper Chet Haze, had gone missing.
Haze, who frequently engages with fans and haters alike online, posted a cryptic message on Instagram on July 23 before disappearing from social media altogether.
Following reports that the 25-year-old's own family didn't know his whereabouts, Chet resurfaced in late August to prove that he was alive and well, but still provided no information about his sudden disappearance.
Now, thanks to a series of remarkably candid Instagram videos the emcee posted last night, we know that Haze was in rehab for cocaine addiction for the second time in a year:
"A couple months ago I was selling coke, doing coke until I couldn't even snort it up my nose anymore because it was so clogged," Haze tells his IG followers.
"I even smoked crack. It's been a long journey discovering who I am because all the pressures that I've dealt with in my life -- you know, being the son of my dad and everything."
Haze even apologized for his use of the N-word that outraged so many of his fans over the summer.
We've been known to poke some fun at Mr. Chester Hanks from time to time (After all, the guy's ghetto accent is thicker than Forrest Gump's southern one.), but we give him props for seeking treatment, and we genuinely wish him all the best.
And hey, now that he's off the nose candy, maybe he'll become a folk singer or choose some other profession that actually makes sense for the son of the guy who played Woody in Toy Story. We can dream, right?