‘Drugs, alcohol are finishing the future of this country’

09 Apr, 2022 - 00:04 0 Views
‘Drugs, alcohol are finishing the future of this country’ Thandiswa Mazwai

The Chronicle

Musician Thandiswa Mazwai says drugs and alcohol are ending the future of black people in Mzansi.
Taking to Twitter she expressed concern and said something needs to be done.

“Drugs and alcohol are finishing the future of this country. Especially thina abaNtu (us, black people).

This is a sinister agenda to disempower us and our future.

We need to teach sobriety as a revolutionary decision/choice.”

In her mentions one of her followers opened up about his struggles.

“I have some confessions and help-seeking to make about this subject kanjani and nobody else knows about this,” he tweeted.

“Never be too afraid/ashamed to ask for help and to confess to yourself out loud where you think you have lost your way.

It’s human.

Don’t be afraid to be human.

To make mistakes and then do better,” King Tha replied.

Musician Kabelo Mabalane is among celebs who have openly shared their journey with drug and alcohol addiction.

In sharing his journey he said he was once taken to hospital after a four-day binge.

He has been sober and drug-free for 20 years.

On his Instagram in January, Kabelo celebrated two decades of sobriety.

“I’m celebrating 20 years CLEAN and SOBER this year.

If I can do it you can do it too.

Those of you on the journey of recovery and sobriety, keep working at it because it works.”

— Timeslive

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