Afrobeat stars who suffered penury before fame

Fame is enchanting but has a vast pinnacle identified as hard work, persistence, consistency, and many more.

Since the core of the Afrobeat genre, there has been a convincing number of maestros who have dominated the genre.

Most of these icons came from poor roots and were identified as penury merchant, but in a way, they incredibly revived their root.

The nature of their effort has attracted extraordinary success that has reshaped their status to be the boss.

The inspiring folk of their upbringing have also embossed their reputation to be a status every upcoming artist admires to attain.

Over the years, we have recorded an enormous number of penury merchants who overcame their indigent status to become multi-billionaires.

From a unique exploration, we have gathered an incredible number of Afrobeat statuses who suffered penury before fame.


Ayodeji Ibrahim Balogun, who is popularly known as Wizkid, has embraced the vital space in this category.

He has gone down in the history of Afrobeat to become the most inspiring status in the genre amid how he rose from scratch to the top.

About 20 years ago, Wizkid was referred to as a local penury merchant who only dreamt about a possible transformation.

Early Life

The Nigerian Grammy award-winning maestro and multiple plaque-winning Gem before fame was born to a polygamous family of over 12 siblings.

He astonishingly became the only son of his Father and mother, identified as Alhaji Muniru Olatunji Balogun and the late Dolapo Jane Balogun.

His parents welcomed him on the early day of 16th July 1990 in Sululere Lagos state, Nigeria, where he grew up and acquired his primary and secondary education.

He was aligned with his other sisters’ reputation to advance further in college but plunged the idea over his musical passion.

Wizkid’s Father was not a penury merchant, but the nature of his polygamous status didn’t allow him to care fully for his children even though he tended to them.

Among all the Baloguns’ Wizkid was the lightest and most talented among them. He, however, discovered his talent in his childhood, barely before his 10s.

Music Cycle

At 12, Wizkid had already been heavily involved in music to the magnitude that he released a couple of unprofessional songs with his church friends.

The group that went by the name Glorious Five was passionate to the extent that they released an album that didn’t quite go as planned following the view of their qualities.

He embodied the stage name Lil Prinz until 2006 when he met OJB Jezreel – A highly profiled Music producer who precluded him from recording for a year, which thrust another phase of him.

During the era of his relationship with OJB Jezreel, he was fortunate to experience a studio section with the greats.

He watched the likes of 2Face Idibia Record his Grass 2 Grace album. He also had to watch the Late Sound Sultan record his debut album Jagbajantis before linking up with Naeto C, who spiced his musical career.

Rise to fame

Naeto C coached Wizkid for quite a short time before he secured a convincing Record deal with Empire Mate Entertainment EME, owned by the Nigerian singer Banky W.

His early era with the EME was all growth as he focused mainly on infusing his musical qualities.

This was centered on co-writing hit songs for the likes of Banky W and many other top stars as of 2008.

In the early peak of 2009, he kickstarted with the recording of his epic debut album ‘Superstar’ which was unveiled in early 2010.

Astonishingly, he attained what he never dreamed at first glance. The debut album breached several dimensions and became the talk of the town, breaching multiple recognitions.

The lead single ‘Holla at Your Boy’ opened a vast space for an incredible number of awards to boost the status of his debut album.

The awards featured many in the category the Best Pop Single and the Next Rated award at The Headies 2011.

Adding to the incredible feat, he was awarded a 2012 Hyundai Sonata courtesy of the organizers, as disclosed by Wikipedia. The music video also braced the spot for Most Gifted Newcomer Video at the 2011 Channel O Music Video Awards.

From this phase, he continued to deploy hit songs to the growth of Afrobeat until he breached a dimension that would unleash his highest peak.

‘Ayo’s influence

As of the era of ‘Superstar,’ whizkid had toured the world performing his songs to the satisfaction of his fans from various countries.

This led him to release his 2nd studio album named after his name ‘Ayo’ in 2014.

As many never anticipated, the success of the album proved even more why Wizkid is identified Today as the best in the game.

The likes of Femi Kuti, Banky W, Seyi Shay, Phyno, Tyga, Akon, and Wale spiced the album, bidding even more space for growth and global recognition.

Drake’s influence

After bagging a heated number of streams, Wizkid infused his international reputation after featuring Drake on their Platinum-certified song ‘One Dance.’ He also co-wrote the most vital parts of the song, boosting the status of his pen game.

His popularity grew even bigger as the song surpassed multiple feats, securing other international deals that reshaped his status.

The young boy from the Ghetto is already hitting up all calendars and becoming the first ever Afrobeat singer to surpass 1 million followers on Twitter.

The reputation of his second studio album ‘Ayo’ was also hitting up, securing him a great bond with the likes of Drake and Skepta, who deployed extraordinary qualities to his growth.

This transpired in his hit song ‘Ojuwelegba’ termed Wizkid’s early struggles before fame. His incredible genre and sound were already booming at a high rate, attracting the likes of the Canadian Rapper Drake and Nigerian British Gem Skepta, who infused the single.

Its new dimension enticed even more international stars to jump on the single, embossing his international recognition to what every artist craves.

Just quiet ‘One Dance’ domination seemed to have halted; it resurfaced to a heated record after having to secure Wizkid’s debut on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

The song debuted at 21 before it breached several dimensions to attain the first spot, reshaping Wizkid’s international recognition.

With this influence, Wizkid didn’t hesitate to utilize his opportunity to become the biggest name in the Nigerian music firm and deployed even more hit songs to his name.

Beyonce’s influence

This attracted the likes of Beyonce, who featured him on her album ‘Lion King.’ Unlike the public mass expectation, this collaboration changed his life.

Featuring Beyonce on the track ‘Brown Skin Girl’, he earned himself yet another global triumph, including his Grammy Award plaque, which he attained with the song in the category of Best Music Video. Other awards feature two Soul Train Music Awards, an NAACP Image Award, and a BET Award.

He attained all these plaques with the view of his effort on the song ‘Brown Skin Girl’ identified as a key track to Beyonce’s hit album, ‘The Lion King’.

Grass to Grace effect

Away from Wizkid’s inspiring beginning, he has astonishingly transformed his story into a grass-to-grace effect.

Despite being once identified as a penury merchant, Today, he has miraculously emerged as one of the Richest Afrobeat Gems in Africa. This is funded by the vast number of his endorsements and massive streaming statistics.

His other sources are encircled around his social media influence, having to boss all social media platforms with an incredible number of engagements on every single post.

He is currently worth a whopping $45 million, making him an inspiring image of motivation, having once been embossed with poor financial roots.


The Nigerian Grammy-nominated Rapper Olamide has also embraced a vast space in this category following the view of his reputation.

Transforming from a penury victim to a prosperous status is quite a dimension many have failed to surpass.

From the peak of struggles, Olamide was able to swerve his image to what every single upcoming Gem admires, and most often, a few have attained such a feat since he set such a mark.

Away from all protocols, it’s no surprise how far the Afrobeat Gem has gone because he is outlined as one of the most talented rappers in Afrobeat history.

Kicking even deeper, Olamide remains the most motivational folk of Afrobeat history as he was once identified as a penury merchant.

Early life

Before fame, Olamide Gbenga Adedeji, who is identified as Olamide, was born on 15th March 1989 in a local family of Pa Adedeji and Ronke Osisanya Adedeji.

He was the second child of three of his polygamous-inclined Father, who tied the knot with his mother as his second wife.

Relating to his poor upbringing, the Nigerian Rapper’s optimism relied only on music as he was heavily inclined to extraordinary talent.

As of the span of his childhood to his teenage, Olamide was involved incredibly in musical aspects, touring his school events and the City’s local concerts.

A video of 17-year-old Olamide disclosed just quite the moment he excitedly announced his incoming show for his poorly raged fans; also proved the reputation of his penury status and motivation.

In the viral clip, he looked unrecognizable, embodying his humble beginnings, but at all costs, he appeared energetic and confidential.

This bidded more of the view of his talent he grew with and infused until he debuted in the Nigerian music firm.

Music quest

His debut was unveiled in 2010 when he released his debut song, ‘Eni Duro’. The beauty of the rap single attained a convincing listening audience that boosted his popularity slightly across Nigeria.

The influence of the debut single earned him the right spot to perform at the Hip Hop World Awards, where his recognition grew even bigger.

Being discovered as a pure talent at an early young age, he secured a heated Record Label deal with ID Cabasa’s Coded Tunes record label, where Toni Payne managed him.


He deployed quite a little influence in the Record Label, breached his contract with them, and kickstarted his Record Label, identified as YBNL, in 2012.

Before the Record Label voyage, Olamide released his debut album ‘Raspodi’ in 2011, which featured incredible tracks, including ‘Omo To Shan’ which charted massively on radios in Lagos.

Having to collaborate with the big names in the Afrobeat genre also gifted him the unlimited opportunity to bond with the likes of Wizkid, ID Cabasa, 9ice, Reminisce, and D’banj, dishing evergreen songs.

As of the years of his Rap sensation, Olamide led the stage for a long role; dishing and releasing multiple hit albums until he swerved to another phase.

This time, he felt to monetize even more of his qualities and began to attain the signature of several music stars who boosted his Record Label.

Incredible transformation 

Since embracing his new phase, he has become the pinnacle of inspiration and growth of the Afrobeat genre as he has also helped establish many extraordinary stars, including Asake and Fireboy.

To date, Olamide is recognized as the richest Rapper in Africa, bidding from the status of his Record Label finance, Music streams, and endorsement deals.

He defeated the toll of poverty and emerged as the peak of wealth in the Afrobeat firm.

This is, however, centered on the view of the success of his Record Label YBNL, which he has reformed to be the curriculum for rare talent.

The likes of Asake and Fireboy DML have funded him vastly since he founded the record Label.

Although he outlined in the recent interview that the money was coming in big before Asake and Fireboy DML effect, they have earned numbers for him via their massive streams.

Olamide is quite private, but several sources have disclosed that he is a mogul in estate investment, which has quite funded him vastly.

As a Rapper, he has also advanced into singing dishing hit songs to the growth of the Afrobeat genre.

Olamide also holds a record for most endorsements held by a Nigerian Rapper, ranging from over 19 mouth-watering endorsement deals.

Olamide current Net worth is estimated at $40 million inclined to a profile that was once identified as a penury victim.


Similar to Olamide, Phyno has also embraced grass-to-grace biography over how he astonishingly made a life out of scratch.

As a penury victim, Phyno rose from a low-income family and triumphed via the influence of his musical qualities. The view of this incredible transformation has been identified as a key motivation for many Nigerian upcoming stars.

Early Life

Unlike many other prosperous Nigerian Afrobeat Gem, Chibuzo Nelson Azubuike, who is popularly known as Phyno, was born on 9th October 1986 to penury inclined family. His beginning was quite tough as he had to grow up in the Ghetto.

He was a native of Anambra but was born and raised in Enugu state, where he embodied a street life engulfed with penury-embossed memories. Although he never dreamt of adopting a musical career, the passion came alive at the early peak of his time at the Institute of Management and Technology in Enugu, where he studied Public Administration.

Music quest

Despite his singing and Rapping reputation, Phyno kickstarted his musical career as a music producer. He advanced in the field for over a year tally before he started benefiting from the vocation in the second year of his educational quest. In the era of his music production, he learned and mastered several instruments that infused his qualities in the music production field.

Unlike many Nigerian maestros, Phyno’s stage name was never odd. His name was derived from the term ‘Phenomenal’ he embodied from his friends during his secondary school era. His music production passion ignited early in his secondary school era where he never made any professional advances.

Looking up to the likes of Mr. Raw – an established Igbo Rapper dominating the Afrobeat genre in the early 2010s, Phyno dived into the Afrobeat Rap genre, where he debuted as an Igbo Rapper spiced with another unique talent.

Debut album

Being fully convinced about his incredible qualities, he relocated to Lagos state, where he debuted his Rap career. The first advance featured the recording of his debut album, ‘No Guts No Glory,’ which he started making in 2010. The incredible album featured star names like Stormrex, Omawumi, Olamide, Efa, P-Square, Timaya, Flavour N’abania, Mr. Raw, M.I., Ice Prince, and Runtown, who infused the qualities of the album.

He proved his genre by recording the whole album in Igbo and Nigerian pidgin language. The beauty of the album earned him massive numbers, thrusting even an advanced approach in 2012, where he collaborated with Olamide and created a vast bond with him. This was unleashed on the track ‘Ghost Mode,’ which earned both Rappers vital recognition.

The success of the lead track earned them several awards, including the vital Best Collabo at the 2012 The Headies Awards and 2013 Nigeria Entertainment Awards. It spanned to the second track of the album ‘Man of the Year’ (Obago), clinched him the Best Rap Single of the Year in the 2013 Headies Annual Music Awards.

Other hit singles like ‘Parcel,’ ‘Alobam’ and many other hit songs prompted his further collaboration with Olamide on the joint album ‘2Kings’. They collaborated on each of the tracks of the album, securing that iconic collaboration that boosted their career.

Phyno developed the reputation of deploying hit singles to the growth of Afrobeat to the extent that he released the evergreen song ‘Fada Fada’ featuring Olamide. The song served as the early peak of his monetary season sparking even more vital reasons why he became the boss. This is because the song embraced several peaks on charts, bagging spaces, and awards to their grants.


Having earned a convincing view of money, Phyno advanced to the monetary phase of his musical career. He founded his own Record Label, Penthauz.

After leaving his former record label, Sputnet Records, Phyno founded his own Record Label, which became active in 2008, clinching the signature of great talents, including Super Boy Cheque, who became the face of the record label. The youngster boosted the Record Label by releasing several hit songs that funded Phyno.

Just like Olamide, Phyno respects his privacy and has never updated the public mass with the view of his business enterprise. Currently, he is considered to be a money mogul who earned all his income from his musical influence.

His phase-on endorsement deals have also funded him incredibly, as he is known vastly as a brand ambassador to many global firms.

Relating to Olamide, Phyno is identified as one of the Nigerian Afrobeat Gem with the most recorded endorsements after clinching Whooping Record deals with the likes of Monster, Guinness, Glo, Life Lager Beer, Tom Tom, and many more firms we are yet to reach out.

Wrapping up his investments and many other undisclosed sources of income, Phyno is worth a whooping currency of $18 million, judging from the estimation of his newly acquired estate worth over 200 million Naira.

He has also attained a heavy number of luxuries that define his reputation. He is an image of respect, inspiration, and motivation because he came from nothing.

Changing his penury status to a prosperous status, Phyno has earned a deserved space in this category and will be forever identified as a key Gem in the Nigerian music firm.



The extraordinary Afrobeat Igbo Highlife Gem, Flavour, in no doubt, has embraced a deserved spot in this category.

Flavour, from an early age, suffered peak penury before the gift of music inspired and transformed his legacy for good.

He was just a fluffy young man who only dreamt of a better phase of life before breaching several dimensions to attain a massive feat.

Before his current glory, the Nigerian singer has come a long way having surpassed the nightmare most victims have failed to overcome.

Early Life

Before triumph, Flavour, who was originally known as Chinedu Okoli, was born on 23rd November 1983 in Enugu state, where his struggling parents also raised him. Just like Phyno, Flavour experienced all his childhood and teen life at Enugu State despite being originally a native of Umunze in Orumba South LGA, Anambra State, Nigeria.

As expected, life was so tough as he was encircled with a penury root that was quite complicated to evolve or transform. However, he started his career as a child drummer in his local church choir located in Enugu State, where he performed mostly on Sundays consistently with passion. His cleric saw his potential and decided to infuse his qualities. With a clear intention, the undisclosed clergyman introduced him to his intimate friend, Chris I. Ordor – the CEO of SoundCity Communications.

Flavour was offered an advanced scholarship to study music in 1996. He didn’t hesitate to embrace the profound opportunity and emerged as a professional drummer after three years of study. In 1999, he advanced from being a drummer to playing the keyboard, where he also attained an extraordinary quality in the field. Other sources disclosed that he also thrived in deploying backup vocals services to other highly profiled names in Soundcity.

Music quest

Advancing with great potential, the Nigerian Gem continued to soar with an incredible quality. At the age of 19, he was already a professional in several instrumental aspects but never hesitated to explore more.

Being a drummer and a pianist, he joined an Enugu-based local band where he deployed his rare talent. He performed in this local band for a long time until he was recognized by a brand and was offered the opportunity to perform at City Centre, Enugu. Deploying an incredible performance amid crowds, he was motivated to strive even further.

He ventured into music production, which he learned from Dekumzy, Isi Charles, and Nnachie, who equipped him with vital knowledge entitled to music production.

Debut album

After years of infusing his potential, in 2005, Flavour released his debut album ‘N’abania,’ where he featured the likes of Mr. Raw on the first track ‘N’abania.’ The beauty of the album soared incredibly to the extent that he became popular in Enugu.

When it seemed the glory of the hit album had faded, in 2010, the Nigerian singer headed on to release his second studio album, ‘uplifted,’ which emerged to be a better version of him. The album sold even double his first craft, this time sailing his name across the East to the whole of Nigeria. This was, however, made possible by the influence of the record label Lollipop Records he was signed. The Record Label then was identified as one of the South African best who helped and sold his craft slightly across Nigeria.

Over the years of Glory, Flavour headed on to release his third album, ‘Blessed’ which improved even more. This album served as his vital breakthrough, following how it earned him enormous numbers. This was released through a fresh Record Label identified as 2nite Entertainment and iROCKING LTD.

Flavour himself knew he was going to dominate the Afrobeat music genre with the album and identified the album as his great work.

Speaking as disclosed by Wikipedia, he said:

“I think I’m growing. This is my third album… Now it’s time to give them the music, like define myself. I have to be more mature with my music, lyrics, and instrumentation. I worked with tons of producers, and the whole production process made sense.”

In reality, ‘Blessed’ became Flavour’s biggest album after it reformed him globally and financially.


He became the boss, touring the world and Africa as a whole and infusing his financial status. After months of domination, Flavour developed a reputation for releasing albums every single year.

It spanned to his fourth studio album ‘Thankful’ which he released in 2014. As anticipated, Thankful became even an advanced phase of Flavour amid how the likes of ‘Ololufe’ and other hit tracks defined the qualities of the album. He featured incredible names like Chidimma and Wande Coal, who infused the album.

‘Ololufe’ visual earned him a vast number of views including the album as a whole that dominated the whole charts of the Nigerian internet space.

Encounter with Semah G

He didn’t quite hesitate to release his fifth album, ‘The Traveller, ‘ that featured his adopted blind son, Semah G. In this phase, Flavour was already established and never lacked financially. According to several sources, while he traveled for a possible performance in Liberia, after his performance, while he was about to exit the stage, a blind young fan identified as Semah G queried him about why he had chosen to satisfy the world instead of God with his incredible voice and talent.

Flavour never ignored the young blind boy and adopted him. A few weeks after he had adopted him, he discovered that the young boy could sing. This thrust him to collaborate with him and released his first-ever gospel album that sold within expectations.

Semah G delivered incredible verses that trended across Africa, attaining prominence for him. Flavour also embraced the versatility and has since then included gospel songs on his album.

Today, Flavour is still catering Semah G’s education and welfare earning him the reputation he has embraced to date.


After Semah G’s effect, Flavour headed on to release multiple songs and hit albums including his current 2023 ‘African Royalty’ that has embraced a great feat on all streaming platforms.

He, in no doubt, has exceeded all dimensions to defeatpovertyy, earning millions to his grand. This is celebrated vastly across all nations.

Flavour is also funded by endorsement deals he has bagged since the core of his career. His streaming numbers have also leveled up his financial status since debuting in the Nigerian music firm.

He is worth about a whopping currency of $17 million making him one of the richest Afrobeat Gem to come out of poverty.

Transforming his story with such a poor inclined root has proven why he is recognized in the eastern part of Nigeria as the ‘IJele,’ a title the Igbo award incredible stars who have earned an extraordinary reputation.

Since defeating penury, Flavour has also embraced the status of being referred to as the peak of inspiration and motivation for the upcoming stars in the hood because he was embossed with penury.



Dominating the Afrobeat firm for over 2 decades shows he deserves a spot in this category.

There’s no doubt about Timaya’s qualities. Gazing at his current prosperous status, you might be puzzled as to how he managed to defeat penury after learning about his rough beginning.

Among all the Nigerian prosperous statuses, Timaya suffered penury the most and that is why he is the pinnacle of motivation in the Nigerian music firm.

He has surpassed miles to attain his current position and is so far identified as one of the pinnacles of the growth of Nigerian music firms. Before this incredible feat, Timaya had quite breached a rare phase.

Early Life

The Nigerian singer and songwriter was born on 15th August 1980 in ODI Bayelsa State, Nigeria, where he grew up and acquired his primary and secondary school education.

His beginning remained tough because of the view of his Father’s polygamous status. Emerging as one of the youngest of 15 children, Timaya only dreamt of greatness but not academically. However, he acquired his nursery and Primary Education at the Assemblies of God Nursery And Primary School, where he acquired his basic knowledge. He spanned his adventure and obtained his secondary school education at Nkpolu Oroworukwo in Port Harcourt, where he experienced his nominal musical inspiration.

Despite the status of the large family of Timaya’s Father, who was identified as a banker, he was quite strict and valued education at a high rate. He watched over his children and set domestic roles that were not meant to be breached.

Timaya breached it severally because of the passion he had developed for music. He would break the house rule and sneak out of his Father’s house late at midnight to attend his desired music concert portrayed around their vicinity.

Life was beginning to evolve, and his mother, who always craved his financial growth, arranged a secured trip to Lagos for him. It turned out successful, and the Nigerian singer relocated to Lagos State, where he advanced with life.

During his time in Lagos, Timaya gained admission to Lagos’ Ikeja Grammar School, where he strictly obtained his secondary school certificate. Without hesitation, he returned to Port Harcourt, where he applied for a banking and finance educational quest, which didn’t turn out as his family anticipated. He performed poorly in his academics to the extent that he had to quit and move back to Lagos State, where he kickstarted his musical career.

Music Quest

He joined one of the heated stars of the 2000s, Eedris Abdulkareem’s hip-hop group, and served them as a backup vocalist. This ranged to a tally of 3 years before he quit the group and started his solo career.

As a youngster equipped with no vital Knowledge about the Nigerian music firm, he remained quite humble and recorded most of his early peak songs with his fellow upcoming gems. In this phase, he was able to make his first public appearance in an unreleased music video by UDX – a Lagos-based rap group where he emerged as a key feature of the group.

His growth never remained stagnant; his qualities infused even more, thrusting him to bond with veteran music producer, Obaksolo, who helped him to produce his debut single ‘Dem Mama’. The song astonishingly became a hit, introducing fame to Timaya as a vast number of Nigerians jammed to it.

Describing his view on the song, as disclosed by Wikipedia, Timaya said:

“‘Dem Mama’ was an account of the 1999 destruction of Odi, a riverside community in the Niger Delta. Soldiers were hunting down militants. They allegedly killed eight intruders in forced uniforms. The village was burnt down, and numerous people were killed. I bravely tackled the issue years later and won instant street credibility for my boldness.”

Timaya officially kickstarted his music career in 2005 after ‘Dem Mama’ went viral; he released his debut album ‘True Story.’ As anticipated, it breached a convincing dimension, thrusting his second studio album ‘Gift and Grace’ which dominated the Nigerian music firm in 2008.

Music Domination

Having convinced his audience with his musical qualities, he headed on to release his third studio album, ‘De Rebirth’ which served as his peak album. De Rebirth attained him global recognition, which he embraced and utilized. This was, however, boosted by Black Body Entertainment, where the lead single of the album ‘Plantain Boy’ earned him deserved numbers.

Gaining even more prominence, another light came through in 2011/2012 when he attained his first annual musical award. He featured on the song ‘Kokoroko,’ a song deployed to the listening of the public mass by the late Kefee, recognized as one of the best vocalists of the 2011s. The song clinched its deserved award after it emerged the Best Collaboration at the 2010 Headies Awards.

The upgrade earned him another collaboration with Kcee – another trending artist of 2012, on the song ‘Erima.’ It earned massive numbers, which motivated him to release his fourth studio album ‘uplifted’ which dished multiple hit songs, including the likes of ‘Bum Bum’, ‘Sexy Ladies’ and many other songs that infused the album.

The album featured the likes of Vector and Terry G, who flavored the album, attracting even more artists to Timaya. Duncan Mighty used the opportunity to feature him on the song ‘I Know, I know that.’ Even though the song was leaked, the song still earned its deserved flowers.

He released his fifth studio album ‘Epiphany’ in 2014, attracting more global recognition for his status. The album served as one of his most successful albums since the core of his career. As anticipated, it featured great stars like Sean Paul, 2Baba Idibia, Patoranking, Olamide, Sir Shina Peters, Deethi, Phyno, and Terry G. They spiced the album to the extent that Timaya became the boss.

After attaining this feat, he founded his own Record Label, D.M. Records, where he heavily monetized his potential, clinching the signature of great stars like Runtown and Patoranking.

Since this quest breached the whopping view of over 2 decades, Timaya has attained a net worth of about $17.5 million, defeating penury.


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