‘Otedola Has Paid My School Fee For This Session’ – Teen Rapper, Megabyte
Teen rapper Megabyte, has revealed that Femi Otedola has paid his school fees for the current session, after the billionaire promised to sponsor his education up to the university level.
In a chat with Sunday Scoop, Megabyte said:
“I’m in a better school and I have everything I need for a successful academic session. I thank God for bringing me close to Otedola. He has vowed to take responsibility for my education till I graduate from the university. This is a great relief for my mum as she doesn’t have to worry about school fees anymore.”
While saying he had not changed his friends since he came to the limelight, he admitted that he loved to be alone sometimes.
The young singer stated:
“I don’t usually keep many friends. I like to be alone many times because that’s when I get inspiration. But I still have the same few friends I used to have. Since I became popular, people have been showing me love and I appreciate them as well.
“I was brought up in a humble home. As a matter of fact, I still live with my mum and she teaches me how to remain responsible no matter how rich I become. I love my mum so much and I will do anything to always make her happy.”
For his new song, he said he had decided to challenge dancers in secondary and tertiary schools to a dance competition.
“They are doing 60-second videos of them dancing to my new song and they will be uploaded on my social media pages. The winner will appear in my music video and get a surprise prize.”
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