Candy Bleakz, a rising Nigerian singer signed to Chocolate City, discussed her challenging path to success during her appearance on Channels TV’s “Rubbin’ Minds,” which was hosted by Ebuka Obi-Uchendu.
At 16 years old, she went with an intense choice to venture out from home and promised not to return until she turned into a tycoon. This assurance and persistence have driven her to accomplish her fantasies and cut a way in the music business. The youthful craftsman’s story fills in as a motivation to many, featuring the versatility and diligence expected to prevail in the cutthroat universe of music.
She said, “While leaving home, I left with a mindset that, ‘I’m leaving home to feed home.’ And I didn’t want to go back home except I’m going home with the big bags. So, I do communicate [with my family] but I did not want to go home. Because you that left home for long time, for you to go back home, the siblings are there, the family, what people think, what people are seeing online; they think this person has trillions in your account. So, to go come home, I really had to like have enough bags [of money]. But I have been communicating.”
Candy Bleakz shared the heartwarming news that she has recently reunited with her family. The “Wole” crooner expressed joy in the fact that her parents are now proud of her and her chosen profession as a singer.
It seems that her success in the spotlight has allowed her to bridge the gap and rekindle the bond with her family, who were previously unaware of her singing talents until she rose to prominence. This reconciliation marks a positive turning point in her life and career.