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I Wanted To Be A ‘Hard Guy’ So I Started Smoking In 2004 – KK Fosu

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Born Kaakyire Kwame Fosu known in showbiz circles as K. K. Fosu recently disclosed that about 99% of Ghanaian musicians including gospel musicians smoke marijuana on daily basis.

An assertion most people failed to believe but from what he has said in a latest interview with Andy Dosty on Hitz FM fame, it’s a clear indication that he knew what he was talking about when given our the percentage of ganja farmers in Ghana.

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This is because according to KK Fosu, he’s also addicted to marijuana and what this means is that he is fully aware of the musicians who’re glued to the actress. In the voice of KK, it haa been 14 years and still on since he became addicted to smoking marijuana or better still ‘wee’.

According to KK Fosu, he started smoking due to peer pressure during his hay days as a musician.
He noted that marijuana had a negative effect on his career and will therefore not encourage anyone to smoke it.

“We started smoking in 2004. We wanted to be hard and all that… It was helping somehow. Somehow it will waste your immune system. But there are others who will use it for tea. But for the smoking I will not advise anyone to go into that…” he told Andy Dosty.

Written by Eugene Nyavor

Eugene Nyavor is the Founding Editor at Gh Links.

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