Hushpuppi advises the youths to stop lamenting on government and up their hutsle

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What he does for a living , many couldn’t say. How he does that for a living many couldn’t fathom . Hate him , like him or be indifferent, he is living it up. In a street parlance he is balling out of control. A baller per excellence, Hushpuppi demystifies opulence and splendor. The wealthy Nigerian who was listed by Daily Mail as one of the ‘Rich Kids of Nigeria‘. That’s how the international media described him and he has taken to Instagram to advise youths to be self reliant

In his words, he said

“Nobody is listening to your cries; your lamentation; and your grievances are not felt a bit. If i had sat down complaining about the bad government; bad economy ; bad friends, I will not be here today. I had a dream i was not supposed to cry, knowing nobody would listen, so i rose from the hood and decided to do the things my forefathers never did.

I crossed the seas, walked through burning bushes, jumped over thorns and babbed wire. A lot of people know me from when I used to use okada to be selling “akube” clothes to boys that was making cheddars in diff hotels up and down the mainland of Lagos.

Look at yourself, do you like the way you are right now? Are you pushing beyond limits? Are you succumbing to the tune of the selfish ‘Baba Alaye’ in your neighborhood? Nobody will help you if you decide not to help yourself even hailing Hushpuppi 1,000 wouldn’t help you either, be about you, get up, pick a struggle, leave your comfort zone, work hard at it, pray a lot and don’t kiss ass, rich people are users and inconsiderate.

Dear hustling hood kid, let no man hold you down. My advice for you is never to put your dreams in the hands of Ambode and Buhari, they don’t know you, they don’t believe in you cos there’s millions of people like you on their neck, it’s not much they can do if they can even do anything at all so don’t expect you will ever win or make it by waiting for anyone…”

Continuation… me and my siblings to neighbors and relatives and the sadness in the eyes of my sibblings. Now, you see i represent you? Trust me I know how it feels to not have parents come watch you in school play football or run races in ur school, I know how it feels to come out your apartment to take showers in a zinc sheet bathroom separated from the building. The society made me who i am today, i was never one of those who their parents couldn't afford a movie ticket to see a movie when Silver bird cinema came newly, I shared shoes, toiletries and underwears with my younger ones as well as mats and see me now at my early thirties, i am writing you a letter from one of the favourite places any human alive would have loved to be, billionaire or penniless. Nobody is listening to your cries; your lamentation; and your grievances are not felt a bit. If i had sat down complaining about the bad government; bad economy ; bad friends, I will not be here today. I had a dream i was not supposed to cry, knowing nobody would listen, so i rose from the hood and decided to do the things my forefathers never did. I crossed the seas, walked through burning bushes, jumped over thorns and babbed wire. A lot of people know me from when I used to use okada to be selling "akube" clothes to boys that was making cheddars in diff hotels up and down the mainland of Lagos. Look at yourself, do you like the way you are right now? Are you pushing beyond limits? Are you succumbing to the tune of the selfish 'Baba Alaye' in your neighborhood? Nobody will help you if you decide not to help yourself even hailing Hushpuppi 1,000 wouldn't help you either, be about you, get up, pick a struggle, leave your comfort zone, work hard at it, pray a lot and don't kiss ass, rich people are users and inconsiderate. Dear hustling hood kid, let no man hold you down. My advice for you is never to put your dreams in the hands of Ambode and Buhari, they don't know you, they don't believe in you cos there's millions of people like you on their neck, it's not much they can do if they can even do anything at all so don't expect you will ever win or make it by waiting for anyone. I just want to see

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Though, he had been in news lately for his “beef” with some of the finest artiste in the country where he was said that ,their houses couldn’t buy his shoes. The misunderstanding he had has seen him a in news lately,, from Phyno to Kcee to Davido lately.

His response to some of the beef was when he displayed an array of shoes calling it “red sea” and the sea was red with his red soles snickers and shoes. Sometimes , we were wondering if he is a Christian Louboutin endorsed fellow .

 

The clapback to some of these beef was impressive . According to an on-line source , the issue with Davido was when he went to a top notch club and the artiste was spending…

He spent N11m in the club to prove to Davido that he was a self-made man and was not living off his father’s wealth.

After popping so much in Quilox, Hush Puppi dropped a sub on his Instagram. “They need to talk about me to get attention because if they spoke about themselves, no one would give a fuck #Gucci #BabaOlowoHimself ” he wrote on his Instagram page on Sunday.

Phyno response to Hushpuppi was epic , though , it was alleged that Hushpuppi set the dice rolling in his SnapChat, when he said to the artist that “If you don’t want people to patronise pirated copies of your work, don’t patronize pirated copies of other’s work,” said Hushpuppi in his SnapChat diss.

Phyno, a dude who has been there ,done that and represented the street from 042 isn’t the type that can be dissed  and he will go with his tails tucked in between  its legs like a petrified puppy!

 Trust Phyno..He fired so much salvo that people got wondering. In one of his finest epic response or do we call it salvo, he said ” I represent continent brand and other things, what do you represent” a response his admirers will term as epic. But, to us we see it as legendary. Have they made up, we don’t know .

 

What we must all agree with me is that ,hushpuppy might be seen as arrogant , but there is always another side of the coin. He has been reported to have filled out some money to assist in payment of school fees. He has also demonstrated humility in his story. In his Instagram page, he described how he shared clothes when growing up with his siblings.He had a word of advise for the youths that always cry government didn’t do this or that for them, he advised them to believe in their capacity and get a grip on their lives. If we can’t take nothing else from Hush, we can At least agree that this advise is timely when the he suicide rates has gone up and depression hitting an all time high in the country. The advise becomes timely. Hushpuppi is always in the news. He is living it up.

 

 

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Nobody is listening to your cries; your lamentation; and your grievances are not feeling a bit. If I had sat down complaining about the bad government; bad economy; bad friends, I will not be here today. I had a dream I was not supposed to cry, knowing nobody would listen, so i rose from the hood and decided to do the things my forefathers never did.

 

 

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