“I Was a Cleaner for 6 Months”: Shade Ladipo on Hustling in Canada Before Affording Her 1st Property

“I Was a Cleaner for 6 Months”: Shade Ladipo on Hustling in Canada Before Affording Her 1st Property

  • Nigerian media personality, Shade Ladipo, has inspired members of the online community after sharing her grass-to-grace story
  • Ladipo, who relocated to Canada in 2020, revealed how she worked as a cleaner for months before finding another job that made her afford a property in the country
  • Nigerians on social media had mixed reactions to the story, with some people sharing their thoughts on relocation

Nothing is exactly as it appears, and this is the case of controversial media personality, Shade Ladipo, who recently opened up on her struggles abroad.

Ladipo, in a series of posts shared via her Instastory channel, recounted how things were not exactly a smooth ride after she relocated to Canada in 2020.

Shade Ladipo
Shade Ladipo recounted her hustle in Canada. Photo: @shadeladipo
Source: Instagram

According to the media girl, she was jobless for the first three months before getting a job as a cleaner that lasted six months.

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Ladipo said things took a turn for the worse during the COVID year, and she ended up being jobless for another three months while surviving with government funds.

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She recounted getting another job but leaving it after three months after it “almost ran her mad”.

“2 months later, I got a job paying me three times that amount and 6 months later I bought my first property in Canada,” her post read in part.

Ladipo said she decided to share her story because most people also talk about the rosy part but shy away from spilling the hard times.

See her full post below:

Social media users react

thefoodnetworknig2 said:

"From On Air personality to cleaner ? Japa will humble you! ."

247fragrancehubb said:

"Thanks for sharing. Don’t rush the process, hard times do not last forever."

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dorisemmanuel30 said:

"She's right, but buying a house in 2years of relocation hmmmm I no fit say na lie o but God is good. But I disagree you paid all once."

harbieberry said:

"So in the space of 2 years God showed up. Maybe I shouldn't give up afteral. God can rewrite my story too. Infact He has started doing it."

ojulewastudio said:

"Japa ko easy no ..but in the long run you will be alright..."

vitamin_tomi said:

"Not all success story is rosy …God will give you double for your trouble ."

duchess.n.queenshair said:

"All I know is that when I japa, I'm giving myself 5yrs to find my feet..no rushing of anything, I'll do any job to survive and feed myself and family. At least the jobs pay better than some good jobs in Nigeria."

Shade Ladipo reacts as Canadian neighbours line clothes on wire

Some months ago, Legit.ng reported that the media personality took to social media expressing surprise at the actions of her neighbours in Canada.

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According to Ladipo, the neighbours spread their clothes on a line outside to get them dry.

She compared them to people in Yaba, Lagos, who also have a similar method of drying their clothes after laundry.

Source: Legit.ng

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