Majek Fashek Claims Spiritual Attacks Are Responsible For His Dwindled Musical Career

By on August 2, 2014

The ‘Send Down the Rain’ Crooner,  Majek Fashek, in a chat on Channels TV’s Rubbin’ Minds, revealed the reason his career took a plunge. He claered the air on his alleged drug addiction saying that he had never taken drugs all his life and what was responsible for his haggard looks and stagnant career were spiritual attack by witches and what he described as home trouble.

“I never used drugs. I have home trouble. When people see your star they begin to get jealous and they want to kill it. That was what hap­pened to me.”

Majek hit limelight in 1989 with the release of his debut album, Send Down The Rain. Ab-initio he was hailed as the new Bob Marley and inked an international recording deal with Interscope. However, rather than fly, the musician’s fortunes only dwin­dled amid reports of drug addiction. In the interview, Majek also revealed that he has finally relocated to Nigeria and was working on a new album.


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