Soul Jah Love confesses to drug abuse.
Soul Jah Love has admitted to taking all sorts of drugs but said he is now on the path to recovery and has stopped taking some of them. He said his weakness is still with marijuana, which he preferred to categorise as a herb. The Conquering Family boss admitted to taking cocaine, broncleer (cough syrup) and marijuana but said he has since stopped taking cocaine and broncleer.
“Zvimwe zvese ndakasiya, but chandichiri kurova imbanje, mbanje pazvese unonyatso meditator haikuvhiringi sezvimwe izvi, plus ndiyo yatakatanga kuziva so maybe it the first love. “I actually pray we legalise it like other countries have done,” he said. He said it is cocaine that made him go insane and affected many things in his life like losing his wife Bounty Lisa, whom he apologised to.
“Unoziya mukufamba kwatinoita se vaimbi tinosangana nezvakawanda. “When I started travelling abroad for shows ndakasangana nezvakawanda, that’s where I discovered drugs like cocaine. “Zvinonzi chekudya chese tanga waravira and indeed I tried it out.
“The feeling you get after taking cocaine is unexplainable, those who take it know better. “I kept on taking it and it changed me to a person I didn’t want to be, I lost my wife Bounty Lisa and I want to say I’m really sorry.
“Zvawaiona zvese zviya zvichiitika sandi kuti ndaida, it’s just that no one really knows what one goes through after taking it,” he said. Jah Love described cocaine as a satanic drug. “That one is a satanic drug now, no one really knows where it comes from it’s unlike mbanje, the tree of wisdom from King Solomon’s grave.
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