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“I went through hell, friends made me feel like an outcast!” – Singer Viktoh

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Former YBNL singer and dancer, Viktoh has taken to his Instagram page to thank everyone that held him down and to his fans that kept on checking up on him.

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The Edo State-born musician suffered police brutality and was terribly injured in January. In the Instagram post, he revealed that he went through hell and that friends said things that made him feel like dying and leaving this world.

Read his Instagram post below;

“One thing I understand about this life is that you should always be prepared for the worse, cause life can’t just be Gucci all through! I’m not perfect tho but I’ve had friends that I call my family do and say so many bad things about me that I felt like just dying and leaving this world but guess what I had a second thought about it, had a real connection with God and it made me stronger so instead of letting it weigh me down I put all that energy into my craft and I got better! God gave me a second chance. I went through hell cause I was foolish! And the people I called friends rode on that and made me feel like an outcast! but I love you guys still and it’s never gonna change who I am! I’m still gonna be me the same Viktoh y’all have known for years! The nice guy! I’m just so grateful to everyone that held me down and to my fans that kept on checking up! I’m so grateful….❤️
Let’s start this new journey together please continue to support me as I come out with my new project after so many years God bless y’all 🙏🏻❤️“

 

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One thing I understand about this life is that you should always be prepared for the worse, cause life can’t just be Gucci all through! I’m not perfect tho but I’ve had friends that I call my family do and say so many bad things about me that I felt like just dying and leaving this world but guess what I had a second thought about it, had a real connection with God and it made me stronger so instead of letting it weigh me down I put all that energy into my craft and I got better! God gave me a second chance. I went through hell cause I was foolish! And the people I called friends rode on that and made me feel like an outcast! but I love you guys still and it’s never gonna change who I am! I’m still gonna be me the same Viktoh y’all have known for years! The nice guy! I’m just so grateful to everyone that held me down and to my fans that kept on checking up! I’m so grateful….❤️ Let’s start this new journey together please continue to support me as I come out with my new project after so many years God bless y’all 🙏🏻❤️

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Viktor, who mostly grew up in Bariga Lagos State, same town with his formal boss, Olamide, is the brain behind several hit singles such as Skibi Dat, All My Ladies, P-Popping. He has three EPs/Albums to his name.

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