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Seyi Vibez Recounts Ghetto Lifestyle

Popular Nigerian singer, Balogun Afolabi Oluwaloseyi, better known as Seyi Vibez, has opened up about his humble beginnings.

New Telegraph recalls that Seyi Vibez gained popularity following his breakthrough single ‘Chance (Na Ham)’ in 2022.

He won the Best Street-Hop Artiste with the song at the 16th Headies Awards in 2023.


However, while speaking in a recent interview with Cool FM, Lagos, Seyi Vibes recounted on how his family urged him to leave home at age 15 to hustle for himself and the entire family.

According to the singer, life was difficult in the ghetto.

He said, “I left home when I was 15. Things were difficult in the ghetto, so I had to make way for myself. Even my own family freed me.

“They said, ‘Go, don’t die here. It’s better you go away and hustle for yourself’.”

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