How I rejected banking job to perform at an event – Ric Hassani (Video)

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Sensational Nigerian artiste, Ric Hassani,has narrated how he left his banking job on the first day of work .

The Port Harcourt-born singer stated this while featuring as a guest on the latest episode of Echo Room audiovisual podcast hosted by Quincy Jonze.

The singer of “Gentleman” claimed that after receiving a call to play at a wedding in Lagos, he turned down a job offer from one of the state’s commercial banks.

When the phone from a show promoter informing him that he had been hired to perform at a luxurious wedding in Lagos arrived, he claimed he was getting ready to start at his new job.

Rekado Bankz was originally scheduled for the wedding in error since he had a song with the title “Ladies and Gentlemen,” but the bride realized the error when she asked for a singer who would sing “Gentleman” rather than “Ladies and Gentlemen,” he claimed.

He said, “I got a bank job. I don’t think I can name the bank now. The day I wanted to go [resume], that very day, Shody The Turnup King called me for a show in Lagos. He was the first person that gave me a show in Lagos for ‘Gentleman’. I was in Port Harcourt at that time.

“I was getting ready to go for my first day in the bank work, then this guy called me to come do a job and I was like, oh wow!

“And I just didn’t pick the bank’s call anymore and I have been here [Lagos] since then.”

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