According to Mrs. Ernestina Bediako, the mother of Ghanaian veteran sound engineer Sugar tone, she knew her son was abusing drugs.
She claims due to her situation being a single mother, she wasn't able to help her son when she first saw it, speaking to Kwesi Aboagye this afternoon on Entertainment Review, she made the revelation.
She claims her son once told her that, the reasons why he sometimes takes alcohol is because some of the musicians he works for do not acknowledge him after the song he works on makes fame
She said: "I knew my son takes marijuana and alcohol but because I am a single mother, I wasn't able to stop him. His father left him when he was only 3 months old, since then I have cared for him alone till now. He also told me that he drinks alcohol because he worked for some top artist in the country and they refused to acknowledge him after their music trended. I remember he told me Ghanaian musician Lucky Mensah is among those who didn't acknowledge him"
Mrs. Bediako ended by saying her son, Sugartone is now in a rehabilitation center seeking medical attention, she claims if her son's father was around that moment, all these would not have happened.
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