Who ever thought a lady like Tracy Wanjiru would be called ‘ghetto’? Well, not me!
But just like most girl’s she has faced tough times in high school having to deal the self-conscience bullies looking for all excuses to put someone’s spirit down.
Just recently Tracy Wanjiru opened up about her high school days and the struggles she faced as most people looked down on her thinking she wouldn’t make it in life.
Tracy Wanjiru narrated this through her official Instagram page where she also went ahead to ‘laugh’ off at haters now that she is among the hottest media personnel’s in the entertainment industry.
After sharing a stage with Nigerian star Timaya during the BBq live event that saw her MC the event, Tracy went ahead to say.
On Saturday I was on stage with some of the biggest names in the entertainment industry. Here I was hearing people scream my name! I remember back then when people made fun of me because I had a weird accent, some even saying I was too ‘ghetto’ and being bullied in high school. But here I was. Don’t ever let anyone put you down because of where you have come from or because you are different. God has big plans for us. Believe in your dream, believe in yourself! Thank you #BBQLiveKe2017 for making this happen for me. A big thank you to all who came through making it such a huge success. It’s just the beginning ?
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