“I used to do drugs back in the days” — Crayon

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Renowned singer Charles Chibuezechukwu, popularly known as Crayon, recently shared a candid revelation about his past struggles with substance addiction. The ‘Ngozi’ crooner disclosed that he was once entangled in the web of illicit substances, including tramadol, but has since overcome the addiction.


Crayon credited his transformation to Babyfresh, the CEO of Blowtime Imprint and a producer at Mavin Records, who discovered his talent. According to the singer, Babyfresh advised him to quit the harmful habits when he picked him up from challenging circumstances in Ojo.

In a heartfelt post on X (formerly Twitter), Crayon shared, “Bro I used to do drugs back in the days in Ojo name it!!! Trams? My highest na 700 milligram! Skushi’s from ele! 2 big ragolis me and my guys!! Emzolyn I dey pop raw 2 bottles !!! Ref!!! But I no do ice shaaa!! And I no smoke igbo sha me I get sense!!


He continued, “Babyfresh picked me up from the slums. He said you gats stop all those things I did!! All glory to God! I did!! Now I don’t smoke or do those things any more!!! Upon all the money wey I get!! I’m chilled!!

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