When you hear things like the “rich also cry,” it just goes to show you that no matter your status in life, you are still human and still subject to the forces that control the human nature.
Despite the glitz, glamour, cameras, spotlights all that, AY and Ikechukwu still do have a soul and here is what they shared with their fans on instagram about some of their regrets and bitter life experiences.
Rapper, Ikechukwu revealed his near death experience: “My first real job was at the age of 17. I was working the cash register and putting orders together at McDonald’s. This wasn’t any ordinary McDonald’s. It was in Akron Ohio. Specifically, in the student center of my school at the time. For my first shift, I usually worked from 5.25am to 9am. I go to class till about 2 pm, come back and work till about 7.30pm. I got sick of smelling like bigmacs and only eating them to save money. I had to quit and got another job at ACME centre.
I worked in the guns and hunting department. I almost got killed by a 9-year old with a crossbow loaded and pointed at me. Thank God his mum saw him in time. He screamed: “I just want to kill the nigger maaaa” as she quickly dragged him out of the store.
I thank God for life every morning because that’s one of my softest real life stories. It’s okay to be real and frank.”
Popular comedian, Ayo Makun also had this to say: “Sometimes I feel naked without my parents being around today. Though we were poor, but there was no giving up in making sure we got a proper training. Our nakedness they covered with character, sense of responsibility, peace and love.
“I wish they were here to reap the fruit of their labour.”
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