Rapper, Blaqbonez gifts N200k to upcoming musician who quit school in final year to pursue his dream

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Nigerian rap artiste, Emeka Akumefule, popularly known as Blaqbonez has supported an upcoming singer with some cash after he asked for assistance from Nigerians while narrating his struggles since he dropped out of school.
The up and coming singer, Henry Ogbonna with Twitter handle @babyboypariss in a Twitter post on Friday, February 19, revealed that he quit school in his final year so because it wasn’t for him.
Henry Ogbonna aka Baby Boy Paris
According to Henry, he then started a clothing line which was doing well until the COVID-19 outbreak which ruined things for him.
As a last resort, the young man who had been doing music by the side, decided to take it up fully since his clothing business was no longer profitable.

He then released a music video for one of his songs and asked Nigerians for promotion and referrals.
”I dropped out of Uni in my finals, school wasnt for me, started a clothing line, was doing well till covid hit in 2020, I’ve always been talented, but music was too risky, now it’s all I have, all my savings went into this, I need love and support. Pls RT & tell someone about me
The video is an expression of how I feel at the moment, shot on my street in festac, I’m not asking for funds, if you like what you hear, pls encourage me, if you don’t tell me what I should do to improve, but I wont stop till I’m as big as the guys on my wall, I am BabyboyParis,” he wrote.

I dropped out of Uni in my finals, school wasnt for me, started a clothing line, was doing well till covid hit in 2020, I’ve always been talented, but music was too risky, now it’s all I have, all my savings went into this, I need love and support. Pls RT & tell someone about me pic.twitter.com/Dw4xaUSaYh
— Babyboyparis (@babyboypariss) February 19, 2021

Moved by his story, Blaqbonez told Henry that he can relate, and offered to send him some money to take care of a few needs.
”I relate to every word bro, COVID na bastard, send your acc number make i help a lil. you’re fire, Gen Z we gatta stay pushing no matter what,” he tweeted.
Few hours later, the ‘Haba’ crooner sent the singer N200,000 and shared a screenshot of the transaction.

See their interaction below:

i relate to every word bro, COVID na bastard, send your acc number make i help a lil. you’re fire, Gen Z we gatta stay pushing no matter what https://t.co/lYKDDIJNuC
— Emeka The Stallion (@BlaqBonez) February 19, 2021

Keep pushing bro. Love the sound https://t.co/PXBuWj8IP4 pic.twitter.com/PvY60H1R1A
— Emeka The Stallion (@BlaqBonez) February 19, 2021

OMG 200k I can’t believe this, I can’t lie I had doubts going into this, but you have just given me all the inspiration I need, Blaqbonez God bless you, your Album will be a huge success. Thank you so much. Heading back to the studio. https://t.co/d6udPEkYVd
— Babyboyparis (@babyboypariss) February 19, 2021





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