Hushpuppi Remembers When He Used To Enter Public Buses With Torn School Uniforms

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Nigeria’s self acclaimed Gucci ambassador, Hushpuppi utilised his Instagram account to write an epistle on how him and his younger brother used to enter public buses with torn school uniforms during his early education.

He wrote about this memory while hopping up and down a Rolls Royce car on his way to watch the Mayweather VS McGregor boxing fight with a friend.
Read his unedited writeup:
So my friend came to pick me up so we can go watch the MayWeather-Conor fight, That’s how the driver was opening rolls royce door for me anyhow back and forth as we make stops, so there was this point I just got into the car and started laughing out loud and my friend asked me what was funny, I looked at him and got laughing more, I said to him, for whatever reason I don’t know why my mind flashed back to when me and my younger brother used to close from primary school and will walk to the nearest bustop with our torn school uniforms and be asking people in buses, bros or auntie please lap me. Most of the times we and my brother would reach home separately then my friend looked at me and said what’s funny about that then I looked at him and said, now I can afford a rolls royce and we started laughing together. I know a lot of y’all out there can relate with this story, a lot of you have your struggles in the past or even presently, just know it don’t start good don’t mean it won’t end good, your destiny is in your own hands, take charge of it and rewrite your destiny. U was born poor don’t mean u have to die poor, there’s always a chance for you to become better. May God bless all the strangers that have helped me one way or the other as a child struggling through those hard times, that’s why I don’t stop helping people either I know them or not.
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