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Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Ogie Diaz warns about a new drug in school


Show business reporter Ogie Diaz shares a post in his Facebook, addressing parents, guardians and students to be careful about a type of crystal meth going around that looks like strawberry pop rocks.



It's a new drug aka 'strawberry quick'. There's a very scary thing going on in the schools right now that we all need to be aware of,” Diaz said.

According to him, the said drug smells like strawberry which is being handed out to kids in school yards.

Kids are ingesting this thinking that it's candy n being rushed off to hospital in dire condition. It also comes in choc, peanut butter, cola, cherry, grape n orange,” the comedian noted.



Diaz also asked the parents and guardians to instruct their children not to accept any candy from strangers or even accept candy that looks like the said drug from a friend who may have been given by it and believed it's candy and to take any that they may have to a teacher, principal, etc. immediately.

Moreover, Diaz also asked everyone to pass his post to as many people so that it can raise awareness and hopefully prevent any tragedies from occurring.

In his full Facebook post, Diaz said,

Dear Parents, Guardians, students....

Sharing from another viber group.

New drug in Schools...

Please pass this on even if u don't have kids in school. Parents should know about this drug. It's a new drug aka 'strawberry quick'. There's a very scary thing going on in the schools right now that we all need to be aware of. There's a type of crystal meth going around that looks like strawberry pop rocks (candy that sizzles n 'pops' in your mouth). It also smells like strawberry. It:s being handed out to kids in school yards. They're calling it strawberry meth or strawberry quick. Kids are ingesting this thinking that it's candy n being rushed off to hospital in dire condition. It also comes in choc, peanut butter, cola, cherry, grape n orange. Please instruct children not to accept candy from strangers n even not to accept candy that looks like this from a friend (who may have been given it n believed it's candy) n to take any that they may have to a teacher, principal, etc. immediately. Pass this email on to as many people as u can (even if they don't have kids) so that we can raise awareness n hopefully prevent any tragedies from occurring!


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Source: Facebook / Ogie Diaz
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