80's chart-topper Alexander O'Neal says that hypocrisy in the music industry has dogged his career for three decades.

O'Neal, 61, who scored hits with songs like "Saturday Love" and "If You Were Here Tonight", says he has been raked over the coals for drug abuse while artists like Ozzy Osbourne have gotten a pass.

After quitting Celebrity Big Brother following an Isaiah Washington-esque confrontation with co-star Perez Hilton, O'Neal was found at a low-budget hotel binging on cocaine.

He refuses to go to rehab because he believes he has a handle on his addiction. "I didn't go to rehab because I am rehab, I've been through enough rehab to teach that sh**. When you fall, you just gotta keep getting up and keep going", he says.