Fille Breaks Silence On Drug Addiction Reports

Singer Fille Mutoni is healthy and not in rehab despite false reports that have been spreading all over Media.

Fille had earlier on been reported to be in a very poor worrying health condition, battling with drug addiction which made her fans and Family, believe that she needed to be taken to rehab or else she would one day run mad or probably die.

Her Ex- boyfriend MC Kats made a shocking revelation last month when he disclosed that he had decided to end his relationship with Fille due to her drug addiction problems.

Fille has of recent reappeared on social media after creating new accounts and opened up on her alleged health disaster saying she is perfectly okay and never a drug addict. The singer said she needed much time to concentrate on her new album ‘Sweet Love’ which will be out in February 1,2019, a reason she has been lost and quite.

“Hullo Beloved, as a person who extremely detests bad energy, unnecessary explanations, I simply just want to welcome you here. This is our new page which also means new beginnings, new music… Everything New. HAPPY NEW YEAR… Am very much persuaded that 2019 is going to be a bigger and better year for US…. SIDE NOTE: For those of you who are concerned and worried about my situation due to what is being published all over the MEDIA!! Am here to let you know that am perfectly OKAY! I have not been hospitalized or been in a coma at any given time…

Am in a perfect shape. Busy compiling my new ALBUM and actually ready to drop my first SINGLE ‘Sweet Love,’ that is scheduled to drop 01.02.2019… Also to clear the air about my MANAGEMENT!! I want to officially announce that I decided to embark on this music journey as an individual with a few of my trusted and hardworking teammates due to issues that went beyond my control with former management! However, it is my Duty, Calling and Purpose to continue blessing you with my gift, my music. I LOVE YOU…STAY WITH ME.  Aluta Continua, “  Fille posted.

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