- Celebrity barman Cubana Chief Priest recently surprised a woman from his past who was kind to him
- According to Chief Priest, the woman and her family came through for him during his undergraduate days
- The socialite paid her and her sons a visit and shared a photo on social media
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Popular barman and socialite, Cubana Chief Priest, was recently in Imo state and he decided to pay a surprise visit to a kindhearted trader who rendered assistance to him back when he was still a student at the Imo State University (IMSU).
Chief Priest took to his page on Instagram to share his experience with the woman with his fans and followers on the platform.
According to him, the woman who runs a provision store saved him a lot of times when he was still in school. Chief Priest said she and her sons were kind to him for no reason even without knowing what he would turn out to become in future.
The barman said he had to pay the family a surprise visit when he arrived Imo so they can know that they raised a superstar.
"During my uni days at IMSU this provision store saved me, this mama and her sons were there for me for no reason, they genuinely loved me for who I am, they never knew I was gonna be who I am today, that’s pure true love, had to stop by to let mama know they raised a superstar," his post read in part.
In a photo shared by the socialite, he was spotted in a group photograph with the woman and her sons.
See his post below:
Some of his followers who reacted hailed the woman and her family members. Read some comments below:
violletaprincess_: "True definition of give and it will come back to you."
scentbyvivy: "That's so kind of u, its good to be good to people because nobody knows tomorrow."
jonky_j: "I love your love for the people."
fineboyolamide: "Wow this is lovely I pray I also find a helper like this."
_iamjohnbosco: "Wow!! This world is a small world sha."
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