The Nigerian entertainment industry is filled with creative and hardworking artists. Bringing us to the fact that success does not happen overnight. Most of the celebrities in the industry did odd jobs before meeting fame. And we have celebrities like:
1. Patrick Nnaemeka Okorie, popularly known as Patoranking. He is a popular Nigerian musician that hawked different things on the streets of Lagos and also did some odd jobs before getting to his present level and gaining fame.
Photo credit: Google and Instagram.
2. John Okafor, with the stage name Mr Ibu. Before he became famous, he did some odd jobs like selling firewood, butcher etc.
Photo credit: Google.
3. Joshua Iniyezo, known as SolidStar. He is a musician that also did some odd jobs before gaining fame and becoming popular. He sold meat-pie and sachet water.
Photo credit: Google.
Everyone in life has a story to tell, and am sure some of their story will serve as inspiration to many people. And looking at the photos of celebrities that did odd jobs before becoming famous, I hope it inspires you that hardwork pays. What do you think?
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