- Ntsiki believes that drugs & alcohol are ruining the entertainment industry
- From studying in Grahamstown, she saw the weakness of artists when it comes to the abuse of drugs & alcohol
- She believes in the power of sobriety and says that people need to respect their freedom with a little more dignity
Ntsiki Mazwai, musician and activist has had the opportunity to take a new look at the entertainment industry.
Having study in Grahamstown, she saw a different prospective on her outlook from an outsider’s point of view of the glitches the industry has, reported Times Live.
After the death of the hip-hop artist ProKid this week, Ntsiki has posted on social media that she has not had a drop of alcohol since his passing.
Briefly.co.za learnt that she said that she has come to the realisation that artists are vulnerable and she needs to stay sober.
The time that she spent in Grahamstown, Ntsiki had a rude awakening of the dangers alcohol and drugs can bring to those in the artistic community. This is what she shared with her followers.
Opening up, Ntsiki shared the fact that she did consume alcohol before she went to Grahamstown. She admitted that she has kicked the habit as it is not a sexy look!
She also added that it is important for people in the industry to take care of their health and to ensure that they have the emotional support they need.
There have been other celebrities that have shared their thoughts and concerns about alcohol. In an interview with TshiaLIVE, Nonhle Thema said that she had given up on alcohol, commenting that it was rife within the entertainment circles.
She also explained in the entertainment industry, alcohol was freely available and in those situations it is difficult to say no.
Thema said that she always tells people that alcohol is not necessary to have a good time, one just gets caught up in the ‘vibe’.
She says that Mandela didn't go to jail for 27 years for us to be drunkards, people need to respect their freedom better.
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