A Nigerian man has taken to his social media page to share his amazing transformation photos, two years after he stopped being a crystal meth locally known as ‘mkpuru mmiri’ addict.
The young man with the handle @BadboiNelson on microblogging platform – Twitter, said he “turned to drugs for comfort after being brutally heartbroken” by his ex.
According to Nelson, it was a devastating experience and he’s now urged people to stay away from drugs.
His tweet reads;
Hi everyone. 2 years ago today, I made that decision to STOP DRUGS!. Before then, I was a chronic CRYSTAL METH addict who turned to drugs for comfort after being brutally heartbroken by my EX. It was such a devastating experience for me..
I don’t know how to make a twitter thread, but I guess the above pictures is enough to tell y’all to stay away from drugs
See his photos below –
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