Singer Temmie Ovwasa goes after YBNL's Olamide on Twitter, accuses him of crippling her career

Singer Temmie Ovwasa goes after YBNL's Olamide on Twitter, accuses him of crippling her career

- Singer Temmie Ovwasa has called out her former boss Olamide on social media

- The singer in a series of Twitter posts accused Olamide of not treating her well while she still in his YBNL record label

- Ovwasa alleged that the singer kept her for five years and she only put out four songs and videos within the time frame

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Nigerian singer Temmie Ovwasa has left many surprised after taking to social media to call out her former boss and owner of YBNL Record, Olamide Adedeji.

Ovwasa took to her Twitter page with a series of accusations against the rapper noting that she will never remain silent about all she went through while in the label.

Singer Temmie Ovwasa goes after YBNL's Olamide on Twitter, accuses him of crippling her career
Singer Temmie Ovwasa calls out YBNL's Olamide. Photo: @ybnlprincess/@olamide
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"My voice may not be loud but I fit shout. You don’t give a person hope & take it from them. Olamide Adedeji, I will always have your name in my mouth. Silence is not my language."

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The singer who also goes by the name YBNL Princess claimed that she spent a total of five years in the label. She said out of the years spent, Olamide refused to allow her to put out anything for three years and when she eventually did, she only released a total of four videos and songs.

Ovwasa also accused the rapper of refusing all her shows for no reason.

See her tweets below:

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Ovwasa accused the YBNL boss of also treating fellow artistes like Chinko Ekun, Lyta, Yomi Blaze amongst others to a similar fate.

See her tweet below:

The Afefe crooner in another tweet noted that the rapper’s fans cannot bully her. See tweet below:

Recall that just some days ago, Legit.ng reported that the singer gave fans the impression that all was not well between her and her former record label, YBNL.

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Fans arrived at this feeling after the singer 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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