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Abdu Rozik, who is currently seen in Bigg Boss 16, has not had it easy. In an interview with Youtuber Anas Bukhash, the young singer opened up about the struggles he had to face growing up due to his stunted growth including the time he was beaten up by his teacher and bullied in school In the interview, Abdul shared that he used to watch famous singers when he was a child and that prompted him to start singing at a young age. He added that he tried his best and also used to sing in a bazaar Abdu revealed that he knew since his childhood that he would not grow tall. His parents were open about it and took him to different doctors. One of them said he had the chances but then they didn’t have enough money for the treatment There was a phase in Abdu’s life where he admitted that he had poor health. He said that his father brought him vitamins that made him better and there was a time when he fell severely sick due to chicken pox All through Abdu said, “I didn’t lose hope because I believed that God will make me normal. God is great. I never lost hope and I have never been sad. I am thankful to God for everything. I am still healthy. Some people don’t have eyes or feet. I feel better than some normal heighted people who do not have opportunities as I have now. I can provide for my family. I can feed and dress them.

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Abdu shared in the interview that he was asked not to come to school by his teachers. “They told me I was very short and I couldn’t handle my books as those were very heavy for me, so I should not come to school.

he said. Abdu hardly has 3 years of formal school education and added, “Because they said ‘Do not come’ and they did not give me books. I bought my own books and studied at home, and I just started learning to sing when I was 7 or 8 Abdu shared that all was well in the initial years of his school but as they started growing up, things changed. He revealed that even though his classmates were good to him, the senior boys troubled him. He said, “They would stop and beat me. I did not do or say anything to them. I knew that God would be their judge. I went back home and cried because I could not beat them back Abdu shared that all was well in the initial years of his school but as they started growing up, things changed. He revealed that even though his classmates were good to him, the senior boys troubled him. He said, “They would stop and beat me. I did not do or say anything to them. I knew that God would be their judge. I went back home and cried because I could not beat them back Abdu revealed he was once beaten up by the teacher after he accidentally threw a wrapped paper at a girl during a game. The girl complained to the teacher who beat him up so badly that he got bruises and his face and ears got swollen. He called it the worst memory of his school.

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The singer said that he shares a great relationship with his parents. He shared, “Now I am going to be 19 and my parents have never beaten me up although that’s normal in our culture. Of course, sometimes they shout and tell me what to do and what not to do. But they have never beaten me up. I talk to them everyday.

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