Hip Hop and RnB star Tshego opens up on being a drug addict
New School Hip Hop and RnB star Tshego has opened up on being a ‘full-blown drug addict’ when he made his hit song, Hennessy in 2016.
The Hennessy hit maker opened up on his past mistakes. He told his twitter fans that making this song helped him realise that taking drugs didn’t make sense.
The tweet that saw his followers applauding him for his honesty, Tshego claimed that he had stopped taking drugs and he had made peace with his demons and were good friends.
“As smart as I was I made mistakes too. I was fully a drug addict when I made Hennessy,” he said.
He also added that the song was his wake up call and that he was at peace with it.
“That’s the song that made drugs not make sense anymore. At least I’m good with my demons. We good friends,” he added.
Prior to the tweet in which he opened up about being a druggie, Tshego talked about the importance of self love and self value.
“Knowing your worth can only come from some kind of knowledge, so learn,” he said.
Speaking about knowing his worth the No Ties hitmaker also revealed how he refused to sell the master to his first Album for anything less than R6 Million (US$403,542.00), claiming that’s why he is still an independent artiste.
“After Ghetto Ruff in 2014 I went on to tell Universal it’ll be R6 Million (US$403,542.00) minimum if they want the masters on 1 album. They refused, and that’s why I’m still independent.
Last week Tshego made headlines after he claimed that Cassper Nyovest defrauded him of royalties from the songs he made while under his record label, Family Tree including for the hit song, Hennessy.