For a while now, we have been reading touching stories of celebrities who sponsored fans’ education. Weeks ago, Davido supported a fan with N50,000. In June, 2015, Kcee gave N85,000 to yet another fan who begged him to pay her school fees, even Funke Akindele paid for a guy's Keke (tricyle)

For a while now, we have been reading touching stories of celebrities who sponsored fans’ education. Weeks ago, Davido supported a fan with N50,000. In June, 2015, Kcee gave N85,000 to yet another fan who begged him to pay her school fees, even Funke Akindele paid for a guy's Keke (tricyle)

For a while now, we have been reading touching stories of celebrities who sponsored fans’ education. Weeks ago, Davido supported a fan with N50,000. In June, 2015, Kcee gave N85,000 to yet another fan who begged him to pay her school fees, even Funke Akindele paid for a guy's Keke (tricyle)

 However, singer Brymo is not just like some of his charitable colleagues; to him, nothing good comes so easy.

It all started some hours ago, when a Twitter user sent him a heartfelt note. “Please sir, kindly help me with anything you have. I need to pay for my tuition fee which is 65,000,” the fan said. “Please shower mercy on me.”

And Brymo did shower him with more than mercy; he asked the fan to drop out of school and go pursue he dreams. “It’s what I did,” Brymo added.

 

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