Segun Olusemo is launching a clothing line, with a portion of the proceeds benefiting a breast cancer non-profit.
Reality stars from “Big Brother Nigeria” may receive large sums of money in exchange for their abilities to influence brands, but making that cash work for them in the long run is an entirely different matter. In order to attain a long-term goal rather than living off of fans, celebrities who have put their money in businesses are not shunned by us, we are going to be doing exclusive on each of them just like we recently did with Emmanuel Umoh a serial Entrepreneur.
But for now, let’s talk about the man of the moment who sees the future and that is Segun Olusemo, popularly known as Big Sheggz. One might assume that the most talked-about former housemate and most trended during and after the show would be thinking of a sports-related business, such as talent scouting, football competitions, sports agencies, etc., but to our surprise, we have Coze Boys clothing, which includes jerseys and tracks.
SheggzFC are you readyyyy!!! 🗣
Official JERSEY’s drop this Friday, and would be available worldwide.
Follow cozeboys on IG so you don’t miss the drop.
There’s something exciting for 5 lucky fans🥳🥳
Let’s get it🔥🔥🔥
SHEGGZ THE BRANDhttps://t.co/7WMpCl1uqO
— Sheggz Olu (@sheggzolu) October 4, 2022
If you have been keeping up with Segun Olusemo on social media, even if you have not, you would have noticed the announcement of his clothing line set to be unveiled. It was originally set to drop yesterday, October 7th, 2022, but the CEO and founder made an inspiring revelation about the cause of the delay. He wrote:
Sneak peak alert!!! 🚨🚨
Apologies for the delay. We are working on a fraction of the proceeds to be dontated to breast cancer charities across Nigeria and a few things are still in the works.
SheggzFC sit tight 🤍
Instead of easing down, the expectation among fans and shoppers increased. When it’s not Davido, Donjazzy, Wizkid, etc., the thought of donating money to breast cancer patients is not one that is anticipated from a reality star. However, the ex-footballer used live video to explain that the pink on the cloth stands for cancer. The clarification gave rise to optimism that certain Nigerians are still very considerate despite the country’s lack of progress, and the example provided by Segun Olusemo, the CEO of Coze Boys, is one that other business leaders should follow.
We look forward to unveiling and hopefully featuring him in our Founder edition magazine.
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