Not many Nigerian celebs who have turned stars will gladly want to to pitch their tent in the same ugly environment where they grew up as they will prefer to run down to eyebrow area to settle down.

Not many Nigerian celebs who have turned stars will gladly want to to pitch their tent in the same ugly environment where they grew up as they will prefer to run down to eyebrow area to settle down.

Not many Nigerian celebs who have turned stars will gladly want to to pitch their tent in the same ugly environment where they grew up as they will prefer to run down to eyebrow area to settle down.

For Super Eagles player, Raheem Lawal, it is about the roots and he was indeed proud of himself to have come this far in the round leather game as he proudly showed off his newly completed building and his latest ride.

The player who is currently in the country in his Mushin residence disclosed that he is so proud of himself and needed to show the world that being a ghetto boy has not stopped him from making it in life.

“Thank God for the gift of life. You think I didn’t need to show this, I am really sorry. I am a ghetto boy that work so hard to achieve this, so anybody can make it from the ghetto, if you focus on your dream,” he said

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