Adebayo Adeleke, better known by his stage name B-Red, a Nigerian artist, has admitted that he once held a position as a chef in the United States of America.
To make ends meet, he claimed to have taken six jobs in the US at once.
This was revealed by B-Red, the governor of Osun State’s son, in a recent interview with Naija FM in Lagos.
The singer of “Cucumber” claimed that because his family opposed him making music, they didn’t provide him with financial support.
I’ve held a lot of jobs in America, he declared. Also a chef, I am.
I used to work as a chef from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. at Georgia Perimeter College, where my brother attended college. My supervisor was a Chinese man. Joe was his name.
I lied on my application because the position required a degree in culinary arts. “Do you have a degree?” they [the management] questioned. I responded “yes” since I require the kpa.
“My abilities were too strong. They will therefore want your degree at the conclusion of the two or three months. But due of my superior skills, they never asked me.
I was working six jobs at once, bro,” he said. We had to hurry because my family didn’t support our musical endeavors. Even occasionally, my brother Shina Rambo and I sell CDs.