Veteran Nigerian singer Chibuzor Orji, popularly known as Faze, recently opened up about his personal choices that set him apart from many others in the entertainment industry.
The ex-member of the defunct Plantation boiz disclosed that he has never smoked cigarettes, consumed alcohol, or used illegal drugs.
The 46-year-old attributed his vocal longevity and overall physical health to leading a balanced lifestyle.
In order to stay healthy, he claimed to drink a lot of water.
The singer added in a recent interview that musicians are no longer concerned with writing catchy lyrics since people are more interested in dancing.
In an interview with TVC, Faze stated :
“I don’t do anything special to maintain my voice. I think it has to do with my lifestyle. I don’t take drugs and I’ve never drank alcohol or smoked in my life.
“It has to do with health too. I’m the kind of person that likes to check up on my health.”
In 2021, Faze lost his twin sister two days to birthday
Artiste and entrepreneur, Chibuzor Oji, popularly known as Faze is bereaved over the untimely death of his twin sister, Ifeyinwa Asia who died on Monday.
Faze disclosed this via a post he shared on his social media handle. He revealed that she died 48 hours to their birthday.
“It’s a sad day. My Twin sister has left me just two days to our birthday”, he wrote
“We the Oji family take strength in knowing that she’ll never have to deal with this world’s problems anymore. We know she’s in a better place now.”
Faze was a member of the Plantashun Boyz, along with Blackface and TuFace.
The trio went separate ways in 2004 to pursue solo careers