Meet teenager who runs his own clothing brand patronised by top US stars

Meet teenager who runs his own clothing brand patronised by top US stars

- A 14-year-old genius black boy named Trey Brown runs his own fashion brand that is quickly becoming renowned

- The brand named SPERGO is into sweatsuits, hoodies, boxer briefs, and accessories for both genders

- Recently, US rapper Diddy who is Brown's idol, surprised him with $25,000 (N9,658,000) to boost his enterprise

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Trey Brown is the 14-year-old owner of SPERGO, a boutique fashion collection that includes sweatsuits, hoodies, boxer briefs, and accessories for both genders as well as children.

Blackenterprise.com reports that the clothing company has already garnered a loyal celebrity following with people like rapper DaBaby, Meek Mill, and others spotted wearing his clothes.

Recently on the Ellen show, the young entrepreneur was surprised by yet another star. Mr Sean who is popularly known as Diddy gave the young man a surprise of his life.

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The host of the popular show then revealed that she had arranged for Brown to meet Diddy, his idol, and present him with a business grant to expand his company.

According to Brown, Diddy was one of his biggest inspirations and he fueled his desire to open a business at an early age, and the US rapper could testify to that.

“This kid would call me every single day. I don’t know how he got my number. And he didn’t regular-call me neither,” Diddy said on the show and then presented Brown with a $25,000 check.

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In other news, a Nigerian lady identified as Olufoyinsola Fagbemi has inspired people on social media after being awarded a full scholarship for her masters at Loughborough University.

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Fagbemi took to her LinkedIn page to make the disclosure, saying she will be starting her Masters in Logistics and Supply Chain Management at Loughborough University, courtesy of the Development Trust Africa Scholarship.

She also revealed that she got another full tuition scholarship to study in Hong Kong.

Fagbemi wrote: "As a recipient of two full tuition scholarships (one in the UK and the other in Hong Kong), I find it important to mention that although I am a smart, driven woman who is ready to take on the world, I also had to put in work for manifestation."

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