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Patoranking Reveals His Fears Of Poverty And Going Back There In New Interview.

Patoranking still remember where he is coming from, Unlike many celebrities who seem to have forgotten their background, Patoranking, in a new interview said he can never forget. Read the interview below!






The singer, in a new interview with Sunday Scoop, said he has dwelled in poverty and thus can not return, as when he remembers his past life, he hustles harder to ensure he never goes back to poverty.

In his words:


“Whenever I remember where I’m coming from, I am inspired to hustle harder. I grew up in poverty and I don’t ever want to go back to that again. If you listen to my songs, you would notice that I’m always trying to motivate people that there is no one that cannot be successful. Once you have something to offer and you work hard, the world is yours for the taking.”

On what he is doing to support other youngsters in the ghetto, he said,
 “I don’t have to announce whatever help I render to people. As far as I’m concerned, it is between me and God. I help the people I can in my own little way because I believe I am blessed by God so as to be a blessing to others as well.”

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