Actor Kwame Borga Finally Break Silence On His Recent Viral Video That Captures Him Nearly Running Mad While On Set

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Some few days ago, a video that went viral on social media captured the moment Ghanaian actor Kwame Borga acting restless and removing almost all his clothes while on set shooting a new movie.

Per the discussion that were going on in the background, the young actor had consumed a substance believed to be infused with weed.

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Well, in an exclusive video interview with Zionfelix, Ghanaian actor Kwame Borga finally addressed the concerns that have come up in relation to the recent viral video.

According to him, the ordeal began innocently enough when a drink was brought onto the set where he was filming.

He mentiones that he intended to enjoy a refreshing sobolo drink but little did he know, the beverage was laced with weed, setting off a chain of events that would leave him deeply unsettled.

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“I had no knowledge that the drink had weed,” Borga admitted during the interview. “I only intended to buy a sobolo drink that was brought onto our set.”

Soon after consuming the drink, Borga recounted feeling as though something was amiss.

He described experiencing hallucinations, seeing abnormal things, and hearing unsettling voices.

Kwame Borga added that distress escalated as he momentarily believed he had lost his sanity, prompting thoughts of seeking medical attention.

“For a second, I felt that I had run mad,” Borga confessed. “I felt I needed to be at the hospital, but unfortunately, none of the people around felt that was the solution needed.”

He ended by cautioning people against the use of substances with unknown or harmful effects.

Watch the interview below:

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