: “I got to Enugu and started asking people on the streets for his address. It was crazy, but somehow, I located his house. I waited for some time before he came down. Then I told him I wanted to act and had been trying to for some time. He asked me how old I was. I told him I was 15 and in my first year of university.”
“People kept saying, ‘This sport is for boys. Na man thing you dey do.’ Like, guy, I just want to have fun.”
“I got into mukbangs because I love food. Food for me is better than love. It’ll never break your heart.” @mityasfooddiary
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