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I made my first million, but what did I do with it? Nothing | OJ speaks out on Drugs abuse and Alcoholism

In what can only be described as living on the first lane f life, OJ has narrated how he blew up his earnings to a life one would easily call wasteful.
The former Tahidi High actor Dennis Mugo popularly known as OJ has come out to narrate how fame and money saw him live a wasteful life and sunk into depression.
While speaking on his popular Youube channel, OJ stated that he earned his first million while acting in Tahidi high but has nothing to show for the money as he spend it all on alcohol and cigarettes
“I made my first million, but what did I do with it? Nothing,” he said.
During his acting time he says he made a lot of money before most of his friends  like Abel Mutua could make a name and a decent earning on the show, but he says since they stuck to their dreams, they have achieved a lot while he is still struggling.
But where and When Did OJ pick the bad habit?,
OJ says he had a decent background being raised up by a strict single mother, it was while in high school that OJ says he started using drugs. The habit that he regrets to date and he admits his life coincides with the Swahili saying ‘Asiyefunzwa na mamaye hufunzwa na dunia.’
“Along the way, I learnt alcoholism and smoking. I started smoking in Form 2 and in Form 3, I started taking alcohol. From chang’aa to anything I would get along,” he said.
“The habit has affected me years down the line. I’m turning 35 years but I have been hiding from the mess.” OJ stated.
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It is because of these bad habits that OJ says he never invested well. Sooner or later the Tahidi High show ended, OJ says calls and booking for advertisements and shows also ended  taking him aback.
“I got to a point I fell into depression. I could cover it with alcohol, humour and cigarettes.
“The celebrity mentality got into my head. I was a big name and the fame left as fast as it came.
All these drained the little finances he had bringing him to the knees.
Currently OJ works with the Embu County government in the Department of Youth Empowerment and Sports, specifically in the Talent Academy.
His attempts to make a comeback on Tahidi High were short lived bringing his acting career in a limbo.
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