Spryo Recounts How He Begged To Eat Before Stardom
The artist is enjoying an incredible year with his song ‘Who’s Your Man”
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Spyro has disclosed heartbreaking situations in which he asked for help in people’s DMs on social media.
The musician described the unpleasant experience of having to rely on his friends for financial aid merely to sustain himself.
Even so, in his current popular song, ‘Who’s Your Man,’ the singer reflected on the past while thanking God for leading him higher.
In his words, “It’s really amazing what God can do in a man’s life. I remember a couple of months, I was broke, and I was disappointed in life. I felt like, is this dream of mine ever going to come true?
“I will enter into people’s DM to beg for help. And I was literally begging for help in real life. I’ll call my friends on phones Kunle, Christian, Korede just for money to eat.
“Things were that bad and it makes me feel a lot of people are going through the same situation or similar situations. Which is the reason why I always want to take every opportunity to pray for people.
“I pray for whoever is listening to me today, God is going to give you a life-changing testimony. He is going to change your life in a manner that you cannot even comprehend. Like, He’s going to boast with your life.
“I’m still in shock at what God is doing in my life and I extend that same grace to you. If he can do it for one, he can do it for all. Believe and you’ll see it, in Jesus name we pray; Amen!”
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