A VIDEO from rapper GloRilla’s stint as a fast food worker has resurfaced from before her impressive rise to fame.
GloRilla, who was recently signed to Yo Gotti’s CMG Imprint, released her first EP on November 11.
But success didn’t come overnight for the rapper behind the famous song FNF (Let’s Go).
Earlier this week, a TikTok video surfaced from GloRilla’s time working at a Checker’s drive-through.
The video shows the rapper taking someone’s order and asking if they want a medium or large.
XXL Magazine reports that GloRilla worked at the restaurant during her senior year of high school in 2016.
Earlier this year, GloRilla shared a throwback photo on her Instagram from her days of working at the fast food restaurant.
“I went thru humiliation, no support,” her caption reads in part.
“I done cried so many nights in my pillow because i felt like I wasn’t elevating but I never gave up !!
“Always said WHEN & not IF , Manifestation is real !!!”
Many offered comments of praise and support on the post.
“Beautiful testimony! It’s your winning season! I remember going through that same s**t too! I know you feeling good right now! Stay away from the snakes and leeches,” one person wrote.
“Nothing happens overnight for those who deserve it keep going up gang let’s gooooooooooo,” wrote another.
“Your story is so inspiring! I can’t wait to see everything you will accomplish superstar,” another chimed in.
Yo Gotti’s CMG Imprint added GloRilla to its growing roster of artists in early July.
“GloRilla is a natural born star – she has a different sound and approach that’s needed in hip-hop right now,” Gotti told Billboard.
“It’s one of the quickest rises that I’ve seen in my career because she only dropped in late-April and now she has the hottest cultural records in music.
“Glo is hungry for success and determined to win. We look forward to watching her grow as an artist and reach her full potential.”