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Woli Arole writes inspiring letter to “future stars”

Woli Arole with Uti Nwachukwu

Fast rising comedian, Woli Arole is one of the raves of the moment. The comedian shared an inspiring message on his instagram page with a picture of himself and TV personality, Uti Nwachukwu.

The picture was taken two years ago when he was relatively unknown.

Woli Arole talked about his struggle before becoming a star, thereby encouraging others never to give up on their dreams.

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He wrote:

A letter to someone.

Dear future star,
I was going through my Facebook wall and I saw this picture of me, 2yrs ago so many thoughts were going through my mind but the holy spirit said I should share some with you. The suit I wore then was borrowed and a very good friend @jahda_ng went with me to borrow the suit, I wore a jeans to anchor the wedding, I looked immature to even hold the MIC, then the event planner made it worst when she said why would you anchor a wedding with a jeans, I don’t know you and besides do you know so and so comedians they are the once I use for big events like this, I felt bad, downcasted and very terrible. Though the wedding went well but I went home sad. Lessons from my story:

Woli Arole with Uti Nwachukwu

Woli Arole with Uti Nwachukwu

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1.) When you see where God is taking you to, where you are won’t worry you.
2.) The ultimate guarantee for stardom is Christ.
3.) Never let anyone make you feel bad, besides they were not there when God was creating you.
4.) Trust in the Lord with all your might and strengths and your mockers would celebrate you.
5.) You are not what people say you are,

YOU ARE WHAT GOD SAYS YOU ARE.

Yours faithfully, Bayegun oluwatoyin

 

A letter to someone. Dear future star, I was going through my Facebook wall and I saw this picture of me, 2yrs ago so many thoughts were going through my mind but the holy spirit said I should share some with you. The suit I wore then was borrowed and a very good friend @jahda_ng went with me to borrow the suit, I wore a jeans to anchor the wedding, I looked immature to even hold the MIC, then the event planner made it worst when she said why would you anchor a wedding with a jeans, I don’t know you and besides do you know so and so comedians they are the once I use for big events like this, I felt bad, downcasted and very terrible. Though the wedding went well but I went home sad. Lessons from my story: 1.) When you see where God is taking you to, where you are won’t worry you. 2.) The ultimate guarantee for stardom is Christ. 3.) Never let anyone make you feel bad, besides they were not there when God was creating you. 4.) Trust in the Lord with all your might and strengths and your mockers would celebrate you. 5.) You are not what people say you are, YOU ARE WHAT GOD SAYS YOU ARE. Yours faithfully, Bayegun oluwatoyin

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