MY GRASS TO GRACE STORY: I sold bedbug killer, doughnuts before becoming famous — Brain Jotter

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Chukwuebuka Emmanuel Amuzie, a popular skit artiste better known as Brain Jotter, has recounted his days as a struggling undergraduate at the University of Lagos.

He claimed that In order to pay for his school and other expenses, he worked multiple menial jobs, such as selling insecticides and doughnuts.

The humorous actor claimed to be earning N15,000 from his job as a laundry worker.

Speaking on the Hip TV show, Trending, which is presented by reality TV personality, KimOprah, Jotter stated, “I made N15,000 in 2020.” My pay was N30,000 in 2021. I worked in a laundry in 2020. I had just been accepted to the University of Lagos.

“I was doing other things in addition to doing laundry. I was selling bed bug repellent at my school. I sold doughnuts in my class in my first year. I marketed bedbug repellent in the second year. In the third year, I drove to school.

“It’s impossible for me to go five days without working since my video got viral till now. Since being famous, I have been restless, but I’m not in Lagos. However, I’m constantly coming up with ideas for content even when I’m not in Lagos.

“At that time, I had an ambition of becoming a cab driver and renting a one-room apartment.”

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