Crayon Expresses Gratitude for Delayed Fame, Likens Journey to That of Job in the Bible

by Adeola Adeyeye
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Renowned singer and songwriter Charles Chibueze Chukwu, professionally known as Crayon, has openly thanked God for not attaining widespread fame in 2019 when he was signed to Mavin Records by music entrepreneur Don Jazzy.

Crayon, the talented Afropop artist, speculates that God might be strategically delaying his rise to prominence, drawing parallels between his journey and the biblical story of Job. In a recent statement, he expressed that experiencing recognition now brings him more fulfillment than if it had happened in 2019.

In a tweet, Crayon shared his sentiments:

Omo thank God that I didn’t blow in 2019 when I came out. Na now sweet pass! Jesus. I had to wait bro I had to wait !! God tested my patience like that of Job in the Bible. Now ehnnn I’m coming for everything like a comet!!! Mo ti blowww kpaaaaa.”

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