Renowned Highlife and Afrobeats artist, Kelvyn Boy, took to his Twitter account on January 30 to reveal a significant personal decision—he has officially quit smoking. In a candid message to his fans, the artist debunked myths surrounding smoking, challenging the stereotype that smokers are inherently dirty or rowdy.
Kelvyn Boy shared insights into his perspective, noting that some of the wealthiest and cleanest individuals he knows are heavy smokers. He also acknowledged the prevalence of smoking among artists, including some of his favorites. Despite this, the musician emphasized his own choice to break free from the habit and issued a sincere warning about the dangers of drug abuse.
In his tweet, Kelvyn Boy stated, “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 favorite artiste smokes for crying out loud. But I’ve quit. Don’t do drugs guys.”
The artist’s announcement was met with positive reactions from fans and followers, who commended his efforts and commitment to a healthier lifestyle. The message holds significance within the entertainment industry, where drug abuse, including substances like marijuana, shisha, alcohol, and cocaine, remains a serious concern for both artists and fans.
Kelvyn Boy’s decision to speak out against drug abuse adds to the growing dialogue within the showbiz community, highlighting the need for awareness and responsible choices to address the challenges associated with substance use in the industry.