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Men are the reason I don’t win awards” Yemi Alade reveals




In a candid revelation that sheds light on the challenges faced by female artists in the music industry, Afrobeat sensation Yemi Alade, affectionately known as Mama Africa, has opened up about her struggles with winning awards and the underlying gender biases at play.

In a recent development, Yemi Alade shared her insights on why she has found it difficult to secure awards despite her undeniable talent and popularity. She bravely addressed the uncomfortable truth that many female artists face – the pervasive culture of sexism and objectification that pervades the music industry.

Yemi Alade revealed that when she first entered the music scene, she encountered a disheartening reality: many men in positions of power sought to exploit her for their own gains. She recounted instances where male figures in the industry attempted to coerce her into compromising situations, insinuating that her refusal to comply may have impacted her award recognition in Nigeria.

Despite her immense talent and undeniable success, Yemi Alade expressed her frustration at being consistently overlooked in award nominations. She highlighted the discrepancy between her substantial achievements, such as being one of the most viewed and subscribed Nigerian female artists on YouTube, and her lack of recognition in award shows.

Her remarks bring to light the systemic gender biases and double standards that plague the music industry, perpetuating inequality and hindering the progress of female artists. The pervasive notion that a woman’s worth is tied to her willingness to acquiesce to male advances undermines the talent, hard work, and dedication of female musicians.

Yemi Alade’s courageous decision to speak out against gender discrimination serves as a rallying cry for change. It is a call to action for the industry to confront its ingrained biases, dismantle patriarchal structures, and create a more equitable and inclusive environment for all artists.

As fans and supporters of Yemi Alade, it is imperative that we amplify her voice and support her in her quest for recognition and equality. Let us stand united in challenging gender stereotypes and advocating for the empowerment of women in the music industry and beyond.

Yemi Alade’s revelation underscores the urgent need for systemic change within the music industry. Let her words serve as a catalyst for transformation, inspiring us to strive for a future where talent and merit are the only factors that determine success, regardless of gender.



Daniel Regha wows netizens as he reveals one of his favorite hobbies



Daniel Regha wows netizens as he reveals one of his favorite hobbies

Famous Twitter personality, Daniel Regha has stunned online users as he shows off one of his favorite hobbies.

He shared a video on the microblogging platform, X where he displayed how he got a chicken, killed it, and made a sumptuous egusi soup from it. He captioned the video, “One of my favorite hobbies…‍”

Daniel Regha

The video garnered praise from the internet community for his ability to finally prepare a visually appealing meal with his own money, in contrast to his prior meals that he had posted online.

Read reactions below:

OBINNA said: “Na you understand this life pass, you even hack poverty join e come be like flex. Dani Dani ”

Ultra said: “Oh my goodness this is getting out of hand”

Kemi_Blues asked: “Wooow you sabi cook ”

Agbong Blessed David said: “Enjoyment boss. This soup is extremely sumptuous by mere looking alone.”

Joel stated: “Sha no forget your neighbour where you don dey chop him food”

_officialboss penned: “Na Elon Musk money you dey use flex like this o”

ajibade_demola wrote: “Chicken we have been looking for, So it’s inside your stomach right now…”


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Sabinus vents following unpleasant experience after hugging a fan



Sabinus vents following unpleasant experience after hugging a fan

Popular skit maker, Sabinus reminds Nigerians that it’s naira they shouldn’t spray as he begs them to spray perfume while recounting an unpleasant experience after hugging a fan.

The content creator took to social media to raise an alarm as he claimed that a lot of Nigerians are no longer spraying perfume.

sabinus spray perfume naira

He reminded them that what the government said was they shouldn’t spray naira notes, however, some have taken it upon themselves not to also spray perfume.

Sabinus recalled how a fan hugged him and the smell oozing from the armpit was too much for him to bear.

The comedian begged folks to get roll-on, and body spray to help reduce the bad smell from their body.

Check out reactions …

fheytii said: “You won’t understand how painful it is until you sit beside someone with strong body odor”

pollyekong wrote: “Men especially don’t shave ”

nancy_okenwa remarked: “Enter public bus and perceive different body smell”

yesimprettyoma penned: “Even if na stew try Dey apply am for armpit Biko”

nancy_phil stated: “Even if na curry leaf or scent leaf.. Try putting in your armpit before leaving the house… Don’t kill Sabinwa for us biko”

m.d.o.n.n.i.e said: “If you can’t buy perfume, Abeg buy Dustin powder put for armpit. Life is hard already, don’t make it harder. ”

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Fans dig up old video of Don Jazzy allegedly ‘shading’ Wizkid



Fans dig up old video of Don Jazzy allegedly ‘shading’ Wizkid

Passionate fans of Wizkid dig up old video, reveals reason why the singer threw a shade at music executive, Don Jazzy, recently.

The video which showed Don Jazzy in a podcast was shared by twitter user, @itzbasito.

Don Jazzy was speaking about the stage performance of Burna Boy, saying that he performed for over two hours without splashing water on anybody.

Fans dig up old video of Don Jazzy allegedly ‘shading’ Wizkid

This statement elicited a burst of laughter from the fellow participants who were at the podcast.

Even though Don Jazzy confessed that some of his artists also do the same thing, many assume that it was a shade at Wizkid who is fond of pouring water on his fans while on stage.

Fans dig up old video of Don Jazzy allegedly ‘shading’ Wizkid

While some netizens agree that this must have been the reason Wizkid disrespected the music legend, others strongly believe this is not enough justification and he was wrong for doing so.

Here are some reactions to the post

@Xperience_Snr said: “This is not even about stanship or anything…. But Wizkid has never come for anybody without a reason. Everyone he has ever shaded or called has been throwing shades at him for months or years.
The problem is… Wizkid doesn’t forgive.”

@ChuksOhaxx wrote: “Oga stop trying so hard to defend that short man. He disrespected jazzy and that’s fact. Rest o”

@kaiyochii stated: “But he never mentioned Wizkid”

@Mich__Alex added: “Dem no go see this one
U wan give credit to Burna but u dey bash another person”

@JareAdemola_ commented: “Na only when wiz do him own be the problem. ‍♂️”

Watch the video here

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