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I was homeless, sometimes I had to steal food – Sonnie Badu on how he survived in London

Prominent Ghanaian gospel performer Sonnie Badu has shared his experiences of facing difficulties upon his first visit to the United Kingdom.


His narration said that in the beginning, he had nowhere to sleep. He claimed that while he was trying to make ends meet, the circumstances forced him to spend some time sleeping in a car.

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Apart from that, the ‘Let It Rain’ hitmaker claimed he could not get enough money to cover his food bills. To keep from going hungry, he continued, he was compelled to steal food from people’s refrigerators.


According to Sonnie Badu, he felt uneasy about the situation and questioned God’s presence in his life. He then asked God to change his current situation.


“I had to spend some time sleeping in a car because I was homeless in London and had struggled with life.” I once had to spend five hours a night walking in the bitter cold. I used to wait for them to leave before robbing them of some food that was in their fridge. I asked God to grant him the ability to sing, and I questioned God about my situation.

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“Pastoral people will take advantage of you and give you nothing in return. I used to work with them. In a video posted by the Instagram account “Thosecalledcelebss” and seen by Remedi Entertainment, he said, “I was struggling to feed myself; it was not easy at all.”




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