I promise, no more drugs –Akpako master
The Akpako master Terry G has promised to dissociate himself from hard drugs, and any association that will influence him to indulge in substance abuse.
He said he’s already stopped using hard drugs, which he said he started using when an actress introduced him to the act, but he’s now been able to quit the habit.
Speaking in a recent interview, Terry G said, “I am the first born of my family and I felt it would not be good to continue with such.
“Also, God has blessed me with enough energy. My fans know me to be very energetic and I believe that anything that could slow me down can kill me. I spoke to myself because the substance normally slows me down and I decided to stop it. While I indulged in it, nobody knew because I know how to control myself.”
Terry G recalls the steps he took to achieve his aim, “I cut off all relationships that I had with that set of people. We stopped communicating. I have never bought it before in my life, so it was easy to stop once I cut those people off”.
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