Singer Adebayo Adeleke, aka B-Red, said that he took six jobs at once in the United States to build his music career.
B-Red, the son of Osun State Governor, Ademola Adeleke, revealed this during an interview with Naija FM in Lagos, shared on Friday.
He stated that he had to take the jobs because his family did not support him financially as they were against his decision to pursue music.
Speaking in the video, he said, “I have had a lot of jobs in America. I’m a chef too. In America, at my brother’s university, Georgia Perimeter College, I used to be a chef from 6 a.m. in the morning to 7 p.m. at night. My manager was a Chinese guy. His name was Joe.
“I lied on my application because, in that job, you need to have a culinary arts degree. They said, ‘Do you have a degree?’ I said yes because I need the kpa (money).
“My skills were too good. So, at the end of the two, or three months, they will ask for your degree. But they never asked me because I was too good. My stove was so big. I dey cook for the whole school; me and my Jamaican friends.
“I had six jobs at once, bro. Because my family didn’t want us to do music, we had to hustle. Sometimes, I and Shina Rambo go dey outside grocery store dey sell CDs.”
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