Exposed my beautiful self to a bunch of unintelligent fanatical sheep, Temmie Ovwasa slams Olamide-owned YBNL

Exposed my beautiful self to a bunch of unintelligent fanatical sheep, Temmie Ovwasa slams Olamide-owned YBNL

- Singer Temmie Ovwasa has once again taken to social media to call out her former record label, YBNL

- The singer in a series of tweets said the decision to ever be a part of the label stresses her out even after exiting

- Without mincing words, the singer also took a jab at YBNL boss, Olamide

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It is no news that singer Temmie Ovwasa is not on good terms with her former record label, YBNL, which is owned by rap musician, Olamide.

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The songstress recently took to her page on Twitter with a series of posts in which she lamented her experience with the label even after her exit.

Ovwasa noted that even though she does not live in regret, being a part of the record label is a decision that continues to stress her out.

The singer said she only exposed herself to “a bunch of unintelligent fanatical sheep, 'fans' incapable of original thought.”

The Afefe crooner added that she feels disgusted knowing that members of the label know her name.

Exposed my beautiful self to a bunch of unintelligent fanatical sheep, Temmie Ovwasa slams Olamide-owned YBNL
Temmie Ovwasa slams Olamide-owned YBNL. Photo: @ybnlprincess/@olamide
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In a different tweet, the singer noted that even at times when she’s in her lane, a random troll will come out and remind her of her failure simply because she didn’t put out relatable music while signed to the label.

See her tweets below:

Ovwasa while taking a swipe at Olamide suggested that he may be the problem if he has a history of leaving broken hearts in his wake.

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Still baring her mind, the singer said she has tasted fame and does not want her name in the names of "these people."

Ovwasa said she's fine with just 50 sensible people listening to her music.

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Some months ago, reported that the singer settled things with her former label boss, Olamide.

Ovwasa had called out the rapper on her Twitter page and accused him of not helping her career grow while she was with him.

However, she returned with a new post on Twitter in which she noted that their issues had been settled and added that she was grateful.


Adeyinka Odutuyo is an entertainment/lifestyle journalist at with over three years of working experience in the media industry.

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