Singer Bien-Aime Baraza of Kenya's leading afro-pop band Sauti Sol has decided to leave some toxic habits behind in preparation for a new and better 2022.
The singer, taking to social media on Wednesday, said he came to the conclusion to change his ways after reflecting on his life for a long time.
Bien pointed to the use of social media as one of the toxic habits he is leaving behind in the year 2022.
“So after a long hard look in the mirror, I have decided to change my ways. The internet is a very toxic place and I just want to take a step back. There are a lot of habits that I picked up along the way that I am leaving behind this year. I just want to rest and rewind,” he said.
The ‘Bald men love better’ hit maker said that while he is on his newfound journey, he is thinking about quitting miraa.
He further added that he knows the process to change will not be easy however, he is prepared for the long journey ahead.
“Time to reset and rewind. From this day onwards, I am a changed man. I am even considering quitting jaba and other substances. It won't be easy but the Lord is with me,” Bien said.
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Following his decision, the Sauti Sol band member received support from a couple of his celebrity friends including radio presenter Alex Mwakideu, Carol Radul, Kalekye Mumo, among others.
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