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I Could Speak 7 Languages When I Smoke ‘Wee’- Dr. Likee Recounts

Actor Dr Likee has recounted how he got addicted to marijuana at a very tender age when he took his turn on the latest edition of the Delay Show hosted by Deloris Frimpong Manso.

Born Ebenezer Akwasi Antwi, Kumawood actor who rejuvenated his career by becoming a skitmaker by cautioned parents and guardians against sending their kids on errands to buy them cigarettes and hard narcotics on their behalf hinged on his bitter experience.

Sharing his experience, the tall, gangster-like actor said when he smoked weed which was introduced to him by his uncle, he got so high that he felt he could speak seven different languages.

“When I was younger, I was a bartender. I always advise: never send a child to get cigarettes, booze, or heavy drugs for you. That task has the potential to turn that kid into an addict. They ultimately act as they perceive you to act.

If I hadn’t moved in with him, I would not have learned how to smoke. Occasionally, after he had finished smoking, I would dig up the final piece and conceal it before smoking it. Later, when I met another obstinate child like myself, he introduced me to marijuana use. “I could speak over seven languages at the time,” he admitted.

Dr Likee said when his mother got wind of his nefarious activities, she stepped in to remedy the situation but to no avail.

In his words, “My mother cautioned and counselled me to stop smoking numerous times, but I never heeded her.”

“I used to run the streets; I was a tough guy who made money on the streets; the gun I handled was for protection,” he claimed. Despite never firing, I have fired warning shots.

Source – Tru News Report


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