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Kumchacha reveals, “I first started smoking weed when I was just 11 years old.”

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Nicholas Osei, also known as Prophet Kumchacha and the founder and leader of the Heaven’s Gate Ministries, has said that he first tried marijuana when he was just 11 years old.

Speaking in an exclusive interview with Andy Dosty on Hitz FM, the controversial and outspoken man of God opened up that he assumed smoking weed would make him mentally sharp.

As stated by Kumchacha during the interview, he claimed to have learned the act from his mentor, who was also serving as his supervisor at the time.

Along with smoking, Kumchacha claimed that his former boss had taught him how to gamble, which had rendered him an unredeemable bad kid.

The fact that marijuana use is bad for one’s health and mental wellbeing caused Kumchacha to eventually give up smoking after doing so consistently for two years and continually juggling problems one after another.

As stated by Kumchacha during the interview, he claimed to have learned the act from his mentor, who was also serving as his supervisor at the time.

Along with smoking, Kumchacha claimed that his former boss had taught him how to gamble, which had rendered him an unredeemable bad kid.

The fact that marijuana use is bad for one’s health and mental wellbeing caused Kumchacha to eventually give up smoking after doing so consistently for two years and continually juggling problems one after another.

“I started smoking marijuana when I was 11 years old. I thought smoking marijuana would help me mentally. I was smoking for two and a half years. I always got into a fight after smoking, I was taught how to smoke by someone who was training me – he was my boss as well. He taught me how to smoke and gamble.” he said

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