Comedian Francis Kibe, well known to his fans as Rapcha the Sayantist, says quitting alcohol is the best decision he ever made after a long struggle with the bottle.
The Hot96 radio presenter, who hosts reggae show ‘Drop Zone’ alongside Shix Kapienga, went public about his struggle with alcoholism in a post on Twitter.
Rapcha said his drinking habits were so bad that his children would sometimes wipe the vomit from his mouth because he was too inebriated to handle himself.
Noting that he led a bad and ugly life, the comedian said he decided to change for the better by focussing on his health and career.
“My kids used to wipe vomit from my mouth… it was ugly, it was a bad life and I changed it… Stopped drinking for good and decided to focus on my body, food and my career … It’s the best decision I ever made,” Rapcha said.
He went on to thank the people who stood by him and supported him as he fought his way back to sobriety after 7 years of drinking.
“I give thanks for life and everyone supporting me,” he wrote.
In a previous revelation, Rapcha the Sayantist said he used to drink daily for over 7 years.
“For the past 10yrs I wasn’t living right, I have practically been drunk for over 7yrs of the last ten, every day, every F**kin day, I ain’t doing that sh*t no more, not because am a good person, not because I’m saved, nah am a ghetto boy with an attitude of a ghetto boy,” read part of a long post he shared on Instagram.