- A pretty chubby lady has showcased the hustle that provides her daily bread with pride on social media
- The Nigerian female painter runs a company herself that is into building construction and interior designing
- The hardworking lady who has been in the business for about a decade recalled how people tagged her dirty girl because of her kind of job
A lady making strides in what before now was considered a man's job has been celebrated by Nigerians on the internet.
This is as the lady shared a video on her Instagram handle in which she was dancing to Teni's song Hustle while working on a building's interior.
The chubby lady, who currently runs Bigsky professionals Limited (BPL), a company that specializes in building construction and interior decoration, has been a painter for about 10 years.
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In one of her posts showcasing her hustle, the lady shared an 'on-site' photo as she mocked those who tagged her dirty girl for being a painter.
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Her post read:
"That was me 10years ago i remember when i post this pics i was called a dirty girl just because i choose to be a LADY PAINTER weout them knowing they where selling me to the world to do better."
Watch the video below:
Social media users react
"My respect beautiful woman."
"I like your style I swear."
"God bless your hustle."
"Great work.. some ladies think doing this work is kinda not cool."
"Our Heavenly Father Bless your Hustle.."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported about a young Nigerian lady who makes a living as a shoemaker.
Henrietta told Legit.ng that what informed her decision to become a shoemaker was the thought of what she will engage in after school.
The indigene of Kogi state said she learnt to make shoes for two years in Lagos state while in her penultimate year in school.
She was further encouraged to go into entrepreneurship by one of the lecturers who advised her to take the risk.
In her words:
"As a person I love doing something rare... So I took the initiative to go into shoemaking. It was though but I scale through. I was awarded one of the best shoemaker in my set because I gave it all my time and attention to be a successful shoemaker.
"I have great challenges which I am still fighting and hoping to get out of it soon. "I'm from Kogi State but I based in Enugu state after my NYSC. I decided to stay back in Enugu for my business.
"It will amaze you that I make my shoes from the comfort of my house. I make shoes on demand. I have challenges getting a workshop and lots of equipment yet to buy."