Why my family never supported me – Zicsaloma

Why my family never supported me - Zicsaloma

Why my family never supported me – Zicsaloma

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Why my family never supported me – Zicsaloma
Why my family never supported me – Zicsaloma
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Why my family never supported me – Zicsaloma
Nigerian Instagram comedian, Aloma Issac Junior, popularly known as Zicsaloma, has shared that at the beginning of his career, his siblings challenged his passion for music and content creation.

In an interview with media personality Chude Jideonwo, Zicsaloma said they would interrupt his creative process and even destroy his collection of musical CDs.

Zicsaloma recalled instances when he was supposed to bring family and friends to The Voice, a music competition in South Africa, but could only take his mother because his siblings never supported him.

Despite the lack of encouragement from his family, Zicsaloma persisted in pursuing his dreams. He mentioned that his siblings would tell him to keep quiet when he was singing or creating content, undermining his aspirations.

However, Zicsaloma’s determination paid off, and he has now become the “chief cornerstone” in his household, achieving success in the entertainment industry.

In his words;

“It was a situation where I was always singing, shouting and they would tell me to keep quiet, that I was making noise. I can remember even having some musical CDs like Celine Dion then. Before I return home, I will see all my CDs shattered by my brothers. When I even started content creation, it was another battle.

“I will be creating content and my brother will just come and turn on music. If they were even prospects of who would succeed at that point, obviously not me. But see it now, I am the chief cornerstone in the house.”

Despite the initial resistance from his family, Zicsaloma’s talent and hard work propelled him to success, proving that he has what it takes to thrive in the entertainment world.

@A-Manda reacted; “Same way my sister said me struggling to go to school is a waste, no one in my house is a graduate, I’d be in final year next year.”

@user588761690591 said: “It is well. Just forgive them, but keep them far from you.”

@Niyi Opeyemi Esther said: “There’s absolutely nothing that will make me settle with my older brothers, times when I needed them nobody showed up and even held my inheritance.”

@Big Bold & Beautiful said: “Isaac has been very optimistic and humble from Way back in kaduna when we were in the choir in house on the rock. God has been faithful.”

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