I Grew up in orile iganmu, you can be a star just believe – Crayon inspired orile iganmu upcoming talents


So I went to where I was born in orile iganmu, no 1 nurudeen street, i visited my former house were I was born and the crazy thing is the landlady who is a Togolese couldn’t recognize me cos we moved from here to ojo when I was 7 years old hence why I’m wearing the number 7 jersey, I tried explaining myself she still couldn’t recognize me, so had to call my mum and she spoke to her and she eventually

recognized me 😭😭😭😭😭 it was so emotional for me cos I remember we used to stay in “1 room face me I face you “in that same compound, I thought it was 7 people in a room but my mum confirmed that it was actually 9 people in a room 😭😭😭😭 I remember just like yesterday when awilo longomba was the shit I used to be the best dancer even though the landlady was Togolese 😂❤️ crazy, I know I look all fresh and cleaned up now but trust me I’m the real trench kid (omo adugbo). I also visited my nursery and primary sch “ABS” on my way coming back I met my primary sch teacher on the road “Aunty nurse” yeah that’s the woman putting on a yellow shirt , the crazy thing is she recognized me she said my face didn’t change at all and then she started praying for me in the middle of road I was so emotional 😭😭😭 and now

coming back as the only star the street have ever produced is a testimony for me and my family 😭🙏🏽 . I had to show them ijo laba laba dance just to inspire the kids that anyone can be a star! It’s doesn’t matter where you re coming from as long as you dey alive you must to reach there on GOD! ❤️🙏🏽

🎥 @bambinonri


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