“I used to be a cage dancer” Denrele Edun recounts his struggles (video)

“How I was almost sexually harassed by a UNILAG lecturer in his office” Denrele Edun recounts sad experience

Nigeria’s unapologetic media personality, Adenrele Olufemi Adeyemi Edun has recounted his early struggles and rise to fame.

In an interview on Arise News TV, the entertainer revealed that he was once a cage dancer.
According to Denrele, he danced for late legendary singer, Fela Anikulapokuti’s African Shrine and did everything to hustle.
He stated that at that time, he was still a student and was a backup dancer for African Shrine during the weekends. He also disclosed that he was also a dancer for the Iroko band.
Recounting his struggles, Denrele he started that the 21st of May marked his third decade in the entertainment industry, recalling his professional debut in 1994.

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He said

“I used to dance in the shrine. I used to be in the cage, yes, I used to be one of the cage dancers. I did everything to hustle at that time. And I was still in Unilag at that time. So I was a backup dancer every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday at the African Shrine and I was a cage dancer. Also, I used to dance for the Iroko band which was headlined by Dr Ola Balogun, one of the pioneers of filmmaking. Come May 21st I will be marking 3 decades in the Entertainment Industry. I started professionally in 1994, on a TV soap opera. My first paycheck was N150”.

Watch the video below

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