- Nigerian singer Omah Lay got people talking online with how he chose to mourn the Super Eagles' loss against Cote d'Ivoire
- The singer took to his social media handle to drop a line from his popular song Soso, and it seemed to have resonated with many young people online
- In his post, Omah Lay's comment created a bit of fear online as he noted that he was in pain and would want Soso to take it away
Renowned Afrobeats singer Stanley Omah Dibia has sparked massive reactions online with his recent comments making the rounds online.
The singer had reacted to the Super Eagles' loss against Cote d'Ivoire in the final of AFCON, calling for Soso to take his pains away.
He is not the only person who shared his thoughts, asking Soso to relieve them of their pain after the loss.
Indigenous rapper Odumodu Blvck also posted the same thing on his page, calling for Soso to take his pain away.
Is Omah Lay an Afro-depression artiste?
However, many have tagged it as Afro-depression because he tends to sing about mental health and his struggles to find happiness.
See Omah Lay's comment as he reacts to the Super Eagles' loss:
Reactions trail Omah Lay's comment
Here are some of the reactions that trailed Omah Lay's comments:
"Chai! Super Eagles don give my boy depression again, person wey dey rock yansh yesterday."
"Soso take my pain away."
"What is the reason you do not have your own peace of mind” I go just raise Nigerian flag."
"Even soso need person to take pain comot from am."
"Werey enter studio drop banger with this pain abeg."
"Soso herself is also in pains."
"Omah lay leave me I don marry."
"Take it away and put it where? Hold joor."
"Soso dey face her own pain like this o."
Omah Lay shares disturbing message
In a post on Twitter, the Godly crooner declared that he lost his way in what looked like self-appraisal of himself and was willing to return to God.
Omah Lay also said goodbye to an act he didn't mention in the tweet, raising concerns about what it could be.
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