Ghanaian highlife musician, Andre Agyen whose popularly known in the music and entertainment industry as Joe Frazier has recounted his first time of taking In marijuana and what it made him do afterwards. His revelation was quite sad and funny as well as he uses himself to advice anyone who wants to try it especially the youths.
According to the Ghanaian rapper, he was once convinced by his teenage friends to smoke wee and after doing so he ended up drinking 14 bottles of iced kenkey from a shop nearby. Joe Frazier is well known in many households in Ghana for his contribution to highlife songs in Ghana.
He revealed: “I’ve tried smoking wee only once in my life and after smoking, I drank a total of 14 bottles of iced kenkey so since that time I have vowed not to try smoking marijuana again. I had a squad who was into drugs and that was way back before I started doing music so they convinced me to just try to pull a puff of the marijuana. However, about 25 minutes afterwards I laughed for almost 30mins non stop without knowing. when we got to a supermarket that sells iced kenkey, I drank a number of bottles so after counting I realized I’ve consumed 14.” He said.
Joe Frazier begged the youth to desist from such act as is bad will eventually spoil you without even being aware of it.
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