National Council on Drug Abuse forms alliance with Bounty Killer

Bounty Killer forms alliance with National Council on Drug Abuse

The National Council on Drug Abuse has announced that dancehall heavyweight Bounty Killer may quit smoking and has formed an alliance with the organization.

According to an online promotion by the National Council on Drug Abuse, Bounty Killer through its “Talk The Truth” initiative is encouraging teens to stay away from smoking and not make the same mistakes he did.

In a documentary released by the National Council on Drug Abuse, Bounty Killer warns a group of teens about the dangers of smoking marijuana. The dancehall deejay in sharing his childhood experiences explained some of the troubles he underwent as a result of using ganja as a teenager.

Bounty Killer also explained that other entertainers can use their celebrity to help raise awareness.

Entertainers Ikaya and Devin Di Dakta recently partnered with National Council on Drug Abuse to promote getting High grades over “hi-grade.”

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