Nigerian rapper, Lamboginny who is now based abroad with his American wife, has taken to Instagram to share his grass to grace story.
Lamboginny recounted how he grew up in a mud house and later moved to a one-room apartment with shared bathrooms known as ‘face me I face you’.
When he left his family home, he said he squatted with friends for 7 years and had to trek to the studio many times because he couldn’t afford transportation.
Today, he lives in a comfortable house with his wife in the US and their family videos get lots of views when shared online.
He shared a photo of himself in his current home and thanked God for how far he has brought him.
“I grew up in a Mud house with my grandparents in Igando,Lagos. We later moved into a “face me I face you” house in ikotun. Squatted with friends for 7yrs and later got a one bedroom apartment. I used to walk to the studio cos I was so broke and couldn’t afford transportation ?? @ayo_olla saw me walking to the studio one night at opebi and gave me a ride ???????????? I always had a smile on my face so many didn’t know what I was going through. One day I will tell my full story and show the world the exact locations of my journey.
“Woke up this morning thinking about my journey and I’m grateful for where I’m today with my beautiful wife ♥️?? Sharing this to encourage and inspire anyone out there going through life. Stay strong, work smart, pray, be kind and never give up.”