Mama Africa, Yemi Alade has returned to Twitter to apologize for an initial tweet where she accused her female colleagues of “deceiving fans” by photoshopping their backside.
She wrote on Twitter, “Guys i am not here to defend myself. If my last tweet was offensive in anyway, to my fellow females and guyz i apologise. I am sincerely sorry. I just want us to appreciate ourselves more tin, tall, fat, short. With or without Nyash. WE ARE BEAUTIFUL.❤”
Guys i am not here to defend myself. If my last tweet was offensive in anyway, to my fellow females and guyz i apologise. I am sincerely sorry. I just want us to appreciate ourselves more tin, tall, fat, short. With or without Nyash. WE ARE BEAUTIFUL.❤
— ✊🏾 yemialade (@yemialadee) December 21, 2018
Fellow singer, Tiwa Savage had earlier latched on to Alade’s initial tweet posting photos of her backside and warning the singer not to mess with her.
Tiwa Savage later used the opportunity to preach about body positivity and self love.
“Ladies I love you whether your ish is real or not. After all wigs ain’t real Abi. Just make yourself happy and even when we make mistakes it’s ok. Bad energy pls stay away 2019, nothing you do will make God forsake you, PLEASE REMEMBER THAT. You are beautiful.
Oh and for the record I don’t know any artist that does not edit their professional pics, even if it’s too even out your skin on your album cover. It’s all fun and games till someone gets hurt on some real ish.
I have never and will never judge any woman whether she has fake boobs, fake ass, whether it’s real or not. Whether she is short, fat, skinny because I don’t know what insecurities she deals with so I’d rather love her than condemn her.
Going into 2019 although I’m quiet I’m going to try and speak my mind a little more. Let me clarify first of all that this is not a yansh war, I Kuku no get big yansh in the first place. It’s about minding your business
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