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Toyin Abraham Reminisces on the Bad Habits she had to Quit, Says she was a Drug Addict

November 14, 2017 at 06:47
Toyin Abraham

I was involved in a lot of vices.

Actress, Toyin Abraham in an interview with Premium Times talked about her drug addiction and how she has become sober. The actress who was into drugs in the past stated that last year was the worst for her as she became more addicted.

She is quoted thus:

“You need to stop bad habits. I was involved in a lot of vices and it became worse last year. I did drugs and I am not ashamed to say it because it’s now a thing of the past.”

“They say codeine makes you high; I took a lot. I smoked a lot and I didn’t even know I looked horrible, because I was so skinny. If you came to my house last year, you would meet a lot of people and you won’t want to leave because we smoked, gossiped about people and what have you.”

On career mistakes, she said:

“I made a lot of mistakes when I began acting and that was because I did not have plans. I just wanted to be known.”

“But, I now know that being popular isn’t the same thing as being successful. When I got into the industry and the fame became too much, I became irresponsible. I could not boast of N1 million in 2016. I was making money and I wanted to feel among”

“When one of our colleagues bought a car, it was trouble because we all strive to buy the same car or a bigger one. I had to change my circle for good and this change started in March 2017.

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Mistakes are good for learning

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Good u noted them

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You are now wiser

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This is a mistake many people make

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Amazing


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Omaku Josephine Ananeyi is a Journalist with keen interest in social reformation, a spontaneous writer, an impulsive reader, and a talker. She currently writes for Ghafla Nigeria.

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