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Singer YBNLprincess drags rapper Olamide, for filth

Former YBNL princess, Temmie Ovwasa has taken to Twitter to drag her former record label boss Olamide Adedeji for filth.

The controversial artist who recently revealed that she’s a lesbian, called out Olamide this morning for holding her back despite signing with the record label five years ago.

Temmie Ovwasa alleged that she actually dropped 3 albums which Olamide refused to release and also stated that he rejected all her shows on grounds that are unclear to her.

She accused him of being homophobic and misogynistic while also depending on his fans to shut her up.

“Omo, it’s YBNL thinking that I’m going to keep quiet after they fucked be over for nearly 5 years, My voice may not be loud but I fit shout. You don’t give a person hope & snatch it from them. Olamide Adedeji, I will always have your name in my mouth. Silence is not my language.

Chinko, Xino, Lyta, Davolee, Picasso, Yomi blaze, Limerick,Temmie. You give the world the impression that you’re kind but beneath the facade is a man that leaves a trail of broken dreams. But then again, that’s what men do. Your story will cease from my mouth when you kill me.

5 years, 4 singles, 4 videos. If that’s how he got to where he is he should come and explain @olamide!!!!!!!!!!!!!

How the fuck do you keep a child you brought to Lagos all the way from ilorin in a house for almost 5 years without allowing her drop anything for 3 years, You rejected all my shows for no fucking reason. And I was nothing but grateful because at least I dey YBNL” she twweted.

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#EndSARS: Again, Police bans all forms of protests in Lagos

The Lagos Police division has again banned all forms of protests and gatherings in the state.

This is coming after an alleged second wave of the #ENDSARS protests will be sweeping across the nation from Monday.

Organisers of the protests who have raised consciousness on the social media insisting the second wave would be demanding among other things; the liberation of all protesters arrested during the first action, unfreezing of all accounts that were frozen by the Central Bank of Nigeria as a result of ENDSARS protest and a referendum.

However, spokesman of the Lagos Police Command in a statement on Sunday, Olumuyiwa Adejobi, warned that no such meeting nor gathering would be permitted.

It said some unpatriotic people and associations were planning...

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EPL: Aubameyang’s agent takes swipe at Arteta’s tactics after 2-0 defeat to Tottenham

The agent of Arsenal captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang took a swipe at Mikel Arteta’s tactics after the Gunners were beaten 2-0 by Spurs in the north London Derby.

Jose Mourinho’s side went back to the top of the Premier League thanks to goals from Heung-Min Son and Harry Kane.

The defeat leaves Arsenal in 15th but the stats behind their campaign are almost as bad as their standing in the league table.

The Gunners have managed just ten goals in their first 11 matches and they’ve scored just once from open play in their last seven league matches.

Arsenal’s lack of creativity has contributed to the club’s worst ever start to a Premier League campaign and Aubameyang has just one goal from open play...

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#EndSARS: Gov Yahaya Bello warns against fresh protests

Yahaya Bello, Kogi governor, says the country is not ripe for another round of demonstrations against police brutality.

Bello said this in reaction to reports that protesters are returning to the streets in some cities to demonstrate against police brutality.

In October, many citizens took to the streets across Nigeria to express their frustration against police harassment.

However, hoodlums hijacked the demonstrations to unleash violence on citizens. Public and private property was looted and destroyed in the process.

Addressing a press conference on Sunday, Bello said another round of demonstrations will not be only premature but also counterproductive.

The governor said the youth should consolidate on the gains of the protest by fully participating in various judicial...

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