I lost my teeth because of drugs, I want to stop it- King Ayisoba reveals
By goodnews_writer | self meida writer
Published 23 days ago - 74 views
Popular Ghanaian high-life musician who is widely known as King Ayisoba has finally opened up on why he lost his teeth. In an interview with Kofi Adoma on Kofi TV, the popular Ghanaian musician who has performed on many platforms disclose that the kind of music that he does normally speak of life issues since he always want to touch the life of people positively through music. He added that good music must be base on good lyrics since words are very powerful.
King Ayisoba continued by saying that he started doing drugs at a very tender age and for that matter it has become difficult for him to stop even though he doesn't like it. It was drugs that made me lose my teeth since after taking the drugs, i fell down in a gutter. I fell down and my head hit the ground and for that matter i lost my teeth. I have tried many times to stop but it has proven futile. I want to stop doing drugs and for that matter anyone who can help is welcome. Kindly leave your comments, share and follow us for more updates. Thank you.
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