Brymo, a Nigerian pop singer who was once with like of M.I and Ice prince in Chocolate city label and later left to start his single music career has a word of advice for every legit Hussler out there. In his most recent tweet about legit struggling to make it in life. He said people should avoid using the word Hussle when describing anything legit that they do.
In his tweet, he said, "When you are building something that does not only make money but also informs and shapes minds you don't call it hustle, 'hustle' has a criminal undertone." He made it crystal clear that when you are doing something that has an impact on the mind and also informs, not just a money making venture, avoid the word Hussle.
Reacting to this, a Twitter user has this to say, "Yes but it also has an informal meaning which is "To work or to put in a lot of efforts into one's work" E.g I am a Perfume consultant/vendor, this is my hustle".
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