Ghanaian singer Kelvyn Boy, renowned for hits like ‘Down Flat,’ has taken to social media to share a powerful message with fans, urging them to steer clear of drugs.
In a surprising move, the artist announced on Tuesday, January 30, that he has decided to quit smoking and emphasised the importance of maintaining a drug-free lifestyle.
Challenging common misconceptions, Kelvyn Boy highlighted that there is an erroneous belief associating smokers with being dirty and rowdy.
He shared insights into his realisation that some of the wealthiest and cleanest individuals he knows are heavy smokers, challenging stereotypes surrounding the habit.
The singer, known for his candidness about his smoking habits, emphasised the need to dispel preconceived notions.
He acknowledged that even some of his fellow artists indulge in smoking, but he emphasised his personal decision to quit, urging his fans to avoid drugs.
Kelvyn Boy’s announcement surprised many followers, especially considering his previous statements expressing that he would go mad if he ever stopped smoking.
However, this recent declaration underscores a positive shift in the artist’s lifestyle and serves as a call to action for his fans to embrace a drug-free existence.
“MISCONCEPTION: smokers are dirty and rowdy…maybe then but I know some of the richest and cleanest of humans who are heavy smokers.
Dead that thought today.
“Your favourite artiste smokes for crying out loud. But I’ve quit. Don’t do drugs guys,” wrote the singer.