Singer Wande Coal says he is tired and misunderstood, advises fans

Singer Wande Coal says he is tired and misunderstood, advises fans

- Talented Nigerian singer, Wande Coal, seems to be going through a bit of rough patch

- In a series of posts on Twitter, the music star said that he was tired and misunderstood

- The young man advised people who were feeling the same way to stay positive

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Popular Nigerian singer, Wande Coal, has opened up on social media about the way he has been feeling in recent times.

Social media pages of most celebrities are usually glitzy and full of things that leave fans in admiration as a number of them rarely focus on things bothering their sanity or affecting their wellbeing.

So it was quite interesting to see the talented singer take to his Twitter page and be vulnerable with his fans.

Singer Wande Coal says he is tired and misunderstood, advises fans
Wande Coal opened up to fans that he was tired and misunderstood. Photo: @wandecoal
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In a series of posts on his verified Twitter page, Wande Coal complained about feeling tired and misunderstood.

See the tweet below:

In another post, the singer explained that he seemed to be having trouble communicating with people no matter the language he used. And he asked fans if they could relate with his plight.

See post below:

The So Mi So crooner then concluded his revelation by advising fans who were going through the same feeling to try to stay positive.

He wrote:

“My advice for everyone going through what I’m going through is, Stay positive when you in your feelings and thoughts.”

See the post below:

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In other news, Legit.ng reported that Nigerian media personality, Toolz Oniru, took to social media to share her shocking discovery after finding out that some people bought empty designer paper bags to flex for the gram.

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