I ran away from the house To Hustle at Motor Park – Oxlade Shares Story (Watch)

Miclenz Kimbiblog
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Ikuforiji Olaitan Abdulrahman, better known as Oxlade, a well-known Nigerian singer, revealed that when he fled his home to pursue his music career, he had to work low-paying jobs to make ends meet.

He claimed that he once sold bus tickets, which is the work of motor park touts, also known as “agbero.”

The music mogul revealed in a recent interview that his lecturer father did not initially support his decision to become a musician, so he had to leave home. Oxlade declared:

At some point in my life, I fled the house to pursue my personal interest in music. Additionally, I had to do a variety of things to survive. selling food at parties and bus tickets.”

Oxlade declared, emphasizing that he is from Lagos’ “streets of Surulere,” that “if you can survive in Surulere, you can survive anywhere.”

He went on to say that the ghetto experience helped him make better decisions.

Watch him speak below:


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