Omosh Tahidi High Addresses Rumours That He is a Drunkard
By AbbyNews | self meida writer
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Joseph Kinuthia alias Omosh of Tahidi High show has finally spoken on allegations that is a drunkard and wasted all his money on alcohol.
Speaking in an interview with Inooro TV actor Kamuhunjia, actor Omosh who is currently going through financial hardships due to the COVID-19 pandemic confessed that alcoholism is a part of his part and at the moment, he no longer drinks alcohol.
He revealed that he was taken to a rehab by his sister. He stayed at the rehab for 3 months and came out as a completely different person.
"I used to be a drunkard for so many years. I tried to stop but I couldn't. My sister came in and supported me and took me to rehab and after that I changed completely. I stayed there for 3 months and when coming out, I was so different. I had added weight and even mentally I was so sober." He said.
Omosh further urged Kenyans to support him financially or by giving him a job to support his children.
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