- Popular Nigerian dancehall singer, Patoranking, recently took to social media to share important advice with fans
- The music star said that people should never be ashamed of their stories
- According to the Abule crooner, these people might never know who they would inspire
Popular Nigerian singer, Patoranking, recently took to social media via his Twitter page to share some wise words with his fans.
The Abule hitmaker spoke on the importance of people being proud of their growth process and he explained why.
In the Nigerian entertainment industry, fans are used to seeing their celebs in the best shape and can never imagine them being anything but successful.
Well, most of these stars had tough times before becoming a brand and a number of them do not focus on those parts of their stories and only highlight their good fortune.
Well, Patoranking recently advised people not to be ashamed of their stories. According to him, they might never know who they inspired with it.
In his words:
“Never be ashamed of your Story...You don’t know who you are inspiring”.
See his tweet below:
As expected, fans took to the comment section of the post to share their thoughts.
Here’s what some of them had to say below:
In other entertainment related news, Legit.ng earlier reported that Nigerian rapper, Ikechukwu, took to social media to celebrate his girlfriend as she clocked a year older.
In the post which he shared on his official Instagram page, he said she was the beauty that tamed his beast.
He also stated that she was his queen and prayed that the Lord would continue to bless her for him.
"To the Beauty that tamed the Beast, The Queen that completed this King, A very special happy birthday to you . May the good Lord continue to bless, guide and guard you for us. May u continue to make me better as do I for u. May everything you touch manifest in goodness and success. Happy birthday mama. Its not a birthday yo its a birthweekend. Hope u loving it."
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