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Aggy Abby

Meet Aggy Abby the all-around female boss in Drake’s new video

When it comes to influencing it seems as if Aggy Abby runs the game. The proof is in the bio, fam, as it reads “i influence.

Still, it seems as if the stylish engagement connoisseur has all eyes on her as she has garnered more fame after making more than a cameo in Drake’s new video for his hit song “Laugh Now Cry Later.

Arriving at the Nike World Headquarters with the lightskin king in a Maybach concept car was only a tasty tease as thirsty onlookers couldn’t help but question: Who da fug is that baddie in the whip with Drake tho?

Poss, it’s Drake’s latest cuff but the pressing thoughts didn’t stop there. She seemed too swaggy in the video to just be some random vixen. And after doing some deep research, we found that she’s an absolute boss.

At 27 she’s made her way from the city of Newark, through the military, and onto one million different feeds. It wasn’t an easy glo-up as Abigail “Aggy Abby” Silva has been grinding since 2013.

In a 2017 interview with Llero, she said, “It started back in 2013, and I was in the military on my way of processing out…”

“I like to speak my mind, and when I was in the military, I didn’t really have too many people to talk to, so when they came out with the ability to make videos on Instagram, I was like, ‘Okay, well, f-ck it. I’m just going to speak my mind on Instagram.’”

And even in garnering hundreds of thousands of followers, she remained humble and genuine even when opportunities came knocking at her door.

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Even back in 2017 she carefully curated the possibilities she wanted to procure.

“I was just going with the flow with everything. I was just taking opportunities as they were coming to me. Some things I had to say no to just because it didn’t feel right, it wasn’t genuine, or it wasn’t in my lane.”

Beyond her million man following on IG, Aggy Abby has got the numbers on YouTube. At just about 90,000 subscribers she’s been documenting her life for some time now.

From Aggy Abby in boot camp…

To Aggy Abby in labor,

Her fans have been there for it all.

Her content doesn’t stop there. The avid entrepreneur also has an Only Fans account, baby. Just last month Aggy Abby couldn’t help but flex the fan’s support in an IG post that has since been deleted.

In under 24 hours, she flexed over $20,000 in subscriptions, around $400 in tips, and just over $5,000 in revenue from messages alone. All for a total payout of $26,000 in straight-up racks.

And somehow we copped the proof though.

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Things are looking up for the influencer and best believe we’re all here for her come up. Never stop grinding!

“Show them the rawness. Show them that you can live this Instagram fame and get money, but at the end of the day, you still come home to family and live a regular life. Everybody’s human at the end of the day. No matter how many followers you have, everybody still bleeds the same type of blood,” said Abby.

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Triplets Ghetto Kids

The Triplets Ghetto Kids have new lives after ‘Unforgettable’ video

After making an appearance in French Montana and Swae Lee’s “Unforgettable” music video (which has been watched close to half a billion times), the Triplets Ghetto Kids have a newfound hope for a life out of the slums.

Straight out of Uganda’s capital of Kampala, Triplets Ghetto Kids are causing quite the buzz. The dance group comprises of three girls and six boys ranging in age from 6 to 17.

They were nine homeless, impoverished, or parentless children from Uganda but they have found redemption through dancing and music.

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Since their “Unforgettable” music video debut this year, TGK has appeared on Jimmy Fallon and at the BET Awards. Sources also say that they are expected to work with Beyonce soon.

But that isn’t where they started. TGK’s dancing career commenced after fellow Ugandan artist Eddy Kenzo put them in his viral video for “Sitya Loss.”

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All of the members were struggling to find money for school as most of their parents were jobless. In a recent interview with BBC’s Haider Saleem with group member Fred Tumwesigye (age 13), Tumwesigye said,

“I was really young and I was with my brother Isaac in the village. So we are collecting scrap so we can get school fees and then I talk to the seller so I can get money and I take it to school. We started dancing and then the man come and told us, ‘You have talent. Can I help you? Do you want to go to school? We said, yes. He saw our mom and then we joined Triplets Ghetto Kids.”

Fred wasn’t alone in the struggle trying to find funds to attend school.

Fellow dance crew member, Patricia (age 12) found TGK through the group’s manager, Kavum Dauda who worked at her school,

“My manager was training at my school – music, dance, and drums. One day he told me, ‘Why are you not coming to school some days?’ I explained to him my mother is not working, my father is not working, so they can not afford school fees for me or my brothers.”

There is nowhere to go but up for these kids. The group’s manager Kavum Dadua is also taking the group’s talents beyond dancing, allowing them to experiment with acting and music.

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Dauda never expected these kids to make it big, he was only thinking of Uganda and spreading inspiration to children worldwide. In the interview with BBC, Dauda said,

“I’m very proud of the kids and proud of myself because I didn’t know that this would come to the world. I was thinking only about Uganda. We are representing Africa and the kids all over the world. We are bringing hope to the kids out there hoping to be somewhere in their future.”

From the dirt to the jacuzzi, the Triplets Ghetto Kids are living a truly unforgettable lifestyle

Now they’re getting the recognition they deserve.

Shout out to French for helping the world see their talent.