Innocent Masuku To Appear On I Blew IT

He will share how he lost his millions due to drug abuse

By  | Nov 07, 2022, 02:24 PM  | Top of The

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Former drug addict and child star Innocent Masuku uses every platform available to share his story of the devastating effects of drug abuse.

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According to the TV actor, he will appear in the fifth season of Mzansi Magic's I Blew It. The show follows South Africans who were once wealthy but blew their money away. "Today I'm sharing my story on how I blew it" TV reality show.  Catch my story on season 5 coming soon." he tweeted.

He shared another tweet that reads "I shared a different perspective of drug addiction on reality show " I blew it"... Which led me to pounce everything I ever worked hard for.. PLEASE STAY AWAY FROM DRUGS,"

Tweeps have hailed him for sharing his story so that other people can take a page from his book.

In an interview with MacG and Sol Phenduka on Podcast and Chill with MacG, the actor opened up about how he  spent over R500K on drugs. He also said he lost millions, about R5 million, in the industry as a result of this drug addiction.

In commemoration of June 16, the  Economic Freedom Fighter penned a heartfelt message, to the youth, informing them of the bad choices they make and how they have consequences. 
“Be careful of the choices you make. It’s amazing how time flies. Sometimes, the choices you make can cost you many opportunities,” he said. “When I got into the acting industry, I was involved in drugs, and I regret it because I lost so many opportunities. I lost so many friends and good things and the sad part is that I won't be able to regain that time,” he said.
"Bafethu ayikho dustbin yokulahla abantu, let us come together, and help each other" he concluded. In a previous interview with Drum Magazine Innocent said he regrets his decision to use drugs and added that he lost out on many opportunities because of it. 

“I regret it because I lost so many opportunities, you understand. I lost so many friends and good things and even if I regret it, I can never reverse time and be able to regain that time. It feels bad. Deep down, I still regret it even today. But I am one of the lucky few to have survived.”  

“The first few years when I tried to quit drugs with all my heart, I had so many problems and lost out on so many opportunities,” he said. “There are many things I could be counting and could have done. But you know what in life, there is always a second chance.”  

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