Nigerian singer, Temmy Ovwasa on Monday launched tirades against Olamide Adedeji (Baddo), as she accused him of giving her hope and then, snatching it.
Temmy, who has been with YBNL, a record label owned by Olamide, for five years said she didn’t get enough support from the star musician.
In different tweets on Monday, she said she will not shut up, and will call out Olamide’s label for how they allegedly treated her.
“Omo, it’s YBNL thinking that I’m going to keep quiet after they f****d be (sic) 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 tweeted.
Temmy, a graduate of Anatomy from the Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH), Ogbomosho, Southwest Nigeria, said she released just four singles and four videos in her five years with the label.
Olamide, one of Nigeria’s biggest musicians, with a huge discography, started Yahoo Boys No Laptop (YBNL) when he was 21. The label has since seen to the emergence of a number of music stars in Nigeria including Lil Kesh, Adekunle Gold, and recently, high-flying Afropop star, Fireboy.
Olamide, has however had his fair share of controversies, where young artistes whom he claims to help by giving a strong platform to shine, complain about not getting enough support from him.
Some years ago, young Nigerian musician, Lyta, complained about being left out in the cold by the label after he had placed high hopes on them.
Olamide is yet to react to the allegations.