Nigerian Artist, Temmie Ovwasa also known as YBNL Princess has explained why she no longer wants to have anything to do with Olamide.
Temmie Ovwasa revealed that Olamide, who signed her to his YBNL label in 2015, was responsible for her career setback.
Someone questioned Temmie if she still remained in touch with her old label boss while she was accepting questions from her followers via Instagram stories.
In response to the question, the young lady alleged that although Olamide gave a platform, he rejected all the deals and show that she was offered. Ovwasa also alleged that her former boss stopped her from releasing songs.
“That man brought me to Lagos from Ilorin as an 18-year-old, put me on a platform then proceeded to reject every show I got, every offer I got. Stopped me from releasing songs, kept me in his house with his wife (who spoke to me like I was garbage in front of her friends) and kid in the name of ‘family’. Put my face on the wall, on an album where the ‘men’ were allowed to be people.
“He messed my mind up then tried to compensate for it. I let it die because I do not enjoy talking to his minions or being associated with them. Why would I be in touch with him? You see all your idols and think everyone should worship them, but forget that they are real people capable of doing real things.”
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Replying to another question by a fan who asked, “Would you still love to do a collaboration with Olamide after the whole saga has been resolved,” Ovwasa said she does not want to be associated with men who use their position to hurt others.
The singer said,
“My trauma is not a ‘whole saga’. You all forget that people feel things and what might seem like gist to you is actually somebody’s lived reality.
She went on to write;
I don’t crave fame and I do not want to be associated with men who use their positions to hurt others while carefully curating their public presence to reflect values they do not uphold.
According to Temmie Ovwasa, she let things die because she did not want to deal with the backlash from Olamide’s fanbase.