Popular Nigerian rapper, Oladips took to social media to share his success story.
The singer revealed he was so broke in 2019 that he had just N23,000 in his account.
Taking to his Instagram page, Oladips revealed how he went from having only N23k to having a new house in 2 years.
He shared a never seen before video of the residence in which he was living in the year 2019 after he left Reminisce’s LRR record.
According to the Lalakukulala crooner, he stayed in the residence for 6 months with little cash to survive.
“After I Left Record Label 2019 This Was Where I Stayed For Like 6 Months In Ketu (Shout Out To Dami) With 23k In My Account! This Was Where I Was Living When I Released (Maybe, Twenty Tiri K, Ikebesupa, Half Human Half Rap, Etc) And I Didn’t Even Have A Car Of My Own, I LITERALLY LOST EVERYTHING!!!
I Remember I Sent This Video To @djinstinctmix One Time, Baba Wan Cry For Me! Omo, E Spoil For Me That Time Lowkey Ooo … Later Got My Place In Ojota, Then I Moved! It Wasn’t The Best Place But Ha Who Am I To Complain Asha N Rough Eh Lor! But You See I Was Still Smiling Yea? Exactly, Because I Knew It Was Not The End! I Am More Optimistic When Things Gets Really Hard, Me I Get Coconut Head, And My Philosophy Is Simple, It’s A Phase And It’ll Pass! And It Actually Did Pass! Fast Forward To 2021! New (house) New (car)
Alhamdulillah For Everything, PROUD OF YOUUUU OLADIPUPO OTOLORIN NUMBER 1 ÓRÍSHÁ !!! I Ain’t Even Started Yet
Happy New Month My DIPSCIPLES, Thank You For Rocking With Me Over The Years, Don’t Give Up On Me Yet… My Journey Is The Most Beautiful And Interesting One Ever, And I’m Enjoying Every Chapter, We Almost There!”
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