- Nigerian man who is a contortionist talks about his skills and determination
- The Nigerian man revealed that he determined to break a world record
- He explained that he was never trained in the skill, revealing that he learnt everything himself online
A Nigerian man identified simply as Murphy who is a professional contortionist has talked about his work in an interview with BBC. The young man explained that his determination and support from family keeps him going.
In the BBC interview, Murphy revealed that he was never taught how to contort. He explained that he had learned the skill online and perfected it by training.
According to him, what keeps him going is his determination to break a world record. The young man also revealed that his mother is a great fan of his and she loves everything about what he does.
Murphy also talked about the challenges he faces. He revealed that he sustained a serious injury that damage his waist during training.
He expressed that curious fans always ask him if he has bones in his body. When asked if he earns profit as contortionist, he noted that he makes a lot from it.
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had interviewed a young Nigerian woman who is a graduate of Houdegbe North American University in Benin Republic and a contortionist. The lady revealed to Legit.ng that she had always been able to contort without any special training.
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