Aldi Rizal quits smoking 40 cigarettes a day, moves to junk food now

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Aldi Rizal

Aldi Rizal, known as the smoking baby, was habitual of smoking 40 cigarettes a day since he was two. 3 years ago, he was all over the news because of it.

The good news: he has quit his habit of smoking.

The bad news: now he has a new bad habit of eating junk food.

He is five years old now and his weight is 56 pounds. His diet includes unhealthy junk food and condensed milk, reported The Sun.

His 28 years old mothe, Dians said, “He eats a lot. With so many people in the house it’s hard to stop him getting food.”

Once again his family is again trying to convince him to leave junk food and move towards a healthy diet.

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1 Response to " Aldi Rizal quits smoking 40 cigarettes a day, moves to junk food now "

  1. Waqar Ahmed says:

    Watch out, we’ve got a badass baby here.

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