I Sold My Car, Started Ordering Uber, Trekking, Singer Viktoh Recounts Hard Times Even While Making Cool Music

I Sold My Car, Started Ordering Uber, Trekking, Singer Viktoh Recounts Hard Times Even While Making Cool Music

- Music star Viktor has shared how he went through a hard time in his past

- The ex-YBNL artiste recounted selling his car and how he had to trek or order cabs to get to his destination

- Viktoh noted that he was still making good music even while he was going through the challenging period

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Nigerian singer and former YBNL artiste, Viktoh, recently gave fans a brief narration about a troubling time in his past.

The singer said he sold his car about three years ago and was forced to start ordering cabs just to get to his destination. He said there were also times when he had to trek.

I Sold My Car, Started Ordering Uber, Trekking, Singer Viktoh Recounts Hard Times Even While Making Cool Music
Viktoh recounts hard times even while making cool music. Photo: @viktoh
Source: Instagram
"3 years ago I remembered how I sold my car and started jumping from one Uber to another sometimes bar no go Dey but I go trek am!"

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Viktoh added that most people in the Gbagada area of Lagos can bear witness to his story. He recounted turning down ride offers simply out of shame.

See his tweet below:

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Sharing further, the singer added that he was still making good music while he was going through the challenging phase.

He, however, added that even when artistes are making sweet music, they still need a lot of money to promote their songs. According to Viktoh, he went around to ask for help during the period but he didn’t get any.

"Yeah the music was good and sweet but let’s be honest for this industry no matter how your music sweet reach you gas promote am and promoting music involve finance and all..."

See his post below:

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In another entertainment-related story, Legit.ng reported that ex-Mavin Records artiste, Reekado Banks, spoke about the state of the nation in a post shared on Twitter.

Reekado highlighted the possibility of civil war while encouraging fellow Nigerian citizens to champion peace in spite of all that is going on in the country.

He submitted that the country is on the verge of civil war and he accused those in power of doing all they can to enable the development. According to him, they thrive in havoc.

Source: Legit

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