Temmie Ovwasa, a Nigerian singer better known as YBNL Princess, has called out Olamide over her failed stint at the singer’s record label.

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Ovwasa had joined YBNL Nation, Olamide’s record label, in 2016. The 23-year-old singer, however, announced recently that she had left the record label.

In a Twitter rant on Monday, Ovwasa blamed the ‘Triumphant’ crooner for her failed music career during her stay at YBNL.

Ovwasa also alleged that she recorded three albums and multiple singles which did not see the light of the day because Olamide “rejected them for no reason.”

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The development, the singer said, made it hard for her to do anything while at the record label, as she was only able to release four singles and four videos in five years.

Ovwasa said it was unfortunate that Olamide brought her from Ilorin to Lagos state without actually giving her the platform to actualise her dreams.

The singer, who recently released ‘E be like say dem swear for me,’ an album, called on Olamide to explain the reason behind his action, wondering “if that’s how he got to where he is.”

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“Omo, it’s YBNL thinking that I’m going to keep quiet after they f**ked me over for nearly 5 years, my voice may not be loud but I fit shout. You don’t give a person hope & snatch it from them. Olamide Adedeji, I will always have your name in my mouth. Silence is not my language,” she wrote in a series of tweets.

“@olamide I did not beg you or reach out to you for a record deal, I was minding my business when you reached out to me. 5 years, 4 singles, 4 videos. Na so you reach where you dey??? Oga I go use you write bestseller since na all of us dey craze. No be only hand that fed you.

“@Olamide How the f**k do you keep a child you brought to Lagos all the way from Ilorin in a house for almost 5 years without allowing her drop anything for 3 years, You rejected all my shows for no f**king reason. And I was nothing but grateful because at least I dey YBNL.”

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Olamide is yet to react to Ovwasa’s claims as of the time of this report.



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