Nigerian Afro-street Pop star, Bella Shmurda has disclosed the vital reason he withdrew as an employee at Dangote’s factory in his teens.
In his recent interview, the Nigerian music sensation discussed his rise to fame and the ordeals attached to his struggles before stardom.
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His experience working as a full-time laboured employee at Dangote’s noodles firm wasn’t an exception in his discussion as he spilled his bizarre memories with that.
According to him, he couldn’t afford to continue to work in the large firm after watching his colleague’s horrific death.
The ‘Triumph’ crooner disclosed that in his year two at Lagos State University, he was penury-inclined and needed money to push his education thrusting him to work at Dangote’s Noodle factory.
Adding to his ordeal, he disclosed that he had no second thoughts about quitting his job after having to experience his friend who mistakenly fell into the factory’s huge frying space where he fried to death. He recalled that no one offered to help him.
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