I used to walk from Anyaa to Circle when I was 6 years to sell to survive - Ayisha Modi recounts life story (video)

I used to walk from Anyaa to Circle when I was 6 years to sell to survive - Ayisha Modi recounts life story (video)

- Ayisha Modi has recounted how she had to scale many obstacles just to break through in life

- The resilient woman said she had to trek for miles just to be able to feed herself

- Ayisha Modi has carved a niche for herself as the Number 1 fan of musician Stonebwoy

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Popular and outspoken entertainment personality, She Loves Stonebwoy, known in real life as Ayisha Modi, has recounted the many struggles she faced in life.

In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh on the Instagram page of blogger Nkonkonsa, Ayisha Modi was granting a radio interview when she spoke about her childhood.

According to her, even though she was from a royal lineage, she was maltreated for a while during the time she spent with some members of her family.

I used to walk from Anyaa to Circle when I was 6 years to sell to survive - Ayisha Modi recounts life story (video)

Ayisha Modi. Source: Instagram
Source: Instagram

She revealed that at the very tender age of six years, she was made to go and live with some family members and she had to live in hard times while there.

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Among many other things, Ayisha Modi said she was made to walk all the way from Anyaa to Circle just to sell items so she can feed herself.

The lady who touts herself as the Number 1 fan of dancehall star Stonebwoy, went on to add that even though she was enrolled in school, she only used to attend once a year.

Ayisha Modi said that at one point, she resolved to drop out of school and venture into business since she had come to the realization that she was not cut out for school.

She said it was at that point that she met some veteran music producers who taught her the ropes and she paid her dues by distributing cassettes and CDs of the music producers.

Luck and fate shone on Ayisha Modi as she recounted that she had the chance travel abroad specifically to the United States of America at the age of 16 years.

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She added that 4 months after her arrival in the USA, she turned 17 years old.

It was then that her fortunes turned around and she made a huge name for herself.

In other news, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that award-winning Ghanaian journalist, Bridget Otoo, has wowed her teeming fans with a natural photo of herself which saw her without any makeup on her face.

In the photo sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official Instagram page of the TV icon, Bridget Otoo appeared to be seated in what looked like a living room as she posed for the camera.

She was seen in a white shirt over a pair of black slacks as she beamed with excitement and smiles for the camera.

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Source: Yen.com.gh

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