I Was A Millionaire At Age 21 – Cheddar Reveals
Nana Kwame Bediako, often known as Freedom Acob Caesar, has exposed his poor beginnings once more to inspire young people.
The well-known businessman known by the moniker “Cheddar” said that he made his first million pounds when he was 21 years old and went to England for educational purposes.
The owner of the No. 1 Oxford Street Hotel explained to Samuel Leeds how he began his tiny company while still a college student in the trunk of his automobile.
Cheddar earned a tidy profit by peddling knockoffs of YSL and Versace clothing.
I will tell you precisely what occurred when I made my first million pounds at age 21.
I was selling knockoff Versace and YSL clothing out of the back of my 205 GTI, which I had purchased for 499 pounds, when I was living in England since I had been sent there to attend college
I had $6,000 in cash when I left for London. I received 130 pounds from my mother, brothers, and everyone else, which they all said was a lot of money for me, but I was giggling inside my head.
I purchased a Panasonic chip phone in 1994, which made me feel like the new kid on the block. After that, I met Johnny Prescott, who was selling shirts and pants.
I only intended to get one pair of pants and one pair of shit, so when I saw the prices—30 and 20 pounds—I offered him 20 pounds and 15 pounds in exchange for the shirt, which I then stuffed in the back of my boot and pretended to be selling for 50 pounds.
As a result, I began to profit from the boot, but because I already knew what business was, I ended up on the streets. Business was me from where I was coming at that moment, Cheddar said.