Singer Temmie Ovwasa promises to drag YBNL and fans who ask about them

Singer Temmie Ovwasa promises to drag YBNL and fans who ask about them

- Nigerian singer, Temmie Ovwasa, has left fans feeling that all is not well with her and her former record label, YBNL

- Fans arrived at this feeling after the singer, who also known as YBNL Princess, said she would come down hard on anyone who asked her about them

- According to Temmie, people should save their faves the disrespect and focus on her new album

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Controversial Nigerian singer, Temmie Ovwasa aka YBNL Princess, appears not to be in good terms with her former record label, YBNL, going by her recent post on social media.

The young lady who hosted a question and answer session on her Instagram story to help promote her album addressed fans who had it in mind to ask her about the Olamide-owned record label.

Temmie promised to drag any fan alongside the label if they dared ask questions concerning them.

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Singer Temmie Ovwasa promises to drag fans who ask about her former YBNL label
Singer Temmie Ovwasa seems to have fallen out with YBNL boss, Olamide. Photos: @ybnlprincess, @olamide
Source: Instagram

Writing further, Temmie said that people should save their favourite artiste the disrespect by focusing solely on her album.

She added that if people were on her page because of YBNL then they should make sure to unfollow.

See a screenshot of her post below:

Temmie promised to drag fans who ask about her former YBNL label
Temmie promised to drag YBNL alongside fans who asked her about them. Photo: @ybnlprincess
Source: Instagram

Hmm.

In other news related to the singer, Legit.ng earlier reported that she got fans worried after saying she was the 'devil's daddy'.

The singer was captured on her bed clutching a skull-like object to her chest. In the caption that accompanied the post, she described the photo as one of a woman who had fallen from grace to the hands of evil.

As expected, the photo and strange caption elicited mixed reactions from her followers on the platform, with some of them expressing concern.

In other news, Temmie also got fans buzzing for saying that black women should be paid simply for existing.

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It all started when some of the singer’s male admirers took to her inbox to try to get her attention. Obviously not impressed by the audacity of their demands, Temmie took to her Instagram story to react to the situation.

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