“Growing up in the ghetto made me hustle hard” — Rapper, Olamide

“Growing up in the ghetto made me hustle hard” — Rapper, Olamide

Nigerian rapper and YBNL boss, Olamide Adedeji has revealed that his experience growing up in a slum motivated him to work hard.

The 32-year-old entertainer disclosed this in a recent interview with The Guardian UK, where he spoke extensively about his journey to fame.

According to him, living in a slum in the Bariga area of Lagos and his parent’s inability to provide three square meals for the family spurred him to succeed against all odds.

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He said,

“Surviving was hard. Bariga was not far from the other slums you see across the world, from Mumbai to New York and London – life in the ghetto is almost always the same everywhere.

There were days when being able to afford three square meals was a big deal for my family. All of that motivated me to hustle hard – I wanted to see the whole world and experience different cultures from what I grew up seeing.

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