Despite the success of Afrobeats in world music, Nigerian international singer Yemi Alade has lamented the country's poor state.
Yemi Alade stated that Afrobeats is breaking down barriers all over the world, and Nigerian ambassadors have continued to release melodious sounds.
The singer went on to say that her heart is with Nigeria, which is in the worst state it has ever been in.
She tweeted: Afrobeats is breaking down barriers and making waves around the world as our Nigerian ambassadors continue to bless us with melodies, but my heart belongs to Nigeria! SHE IS IN THE WORST STATE SHE HAS EVER BEEN IN.
Nigerians who responded to Yemi Alade's statement agreed with her, citing instances where the country's situation had deteriorated.
Kiitfoundation: While the reality of the country's current state is deplorable, we ask for donations and volunteer work to help us cater to the less fortunate and needy.
messienette: You're a good girl. This is what I want to read now. The reality
Jahdoris: You don't have to be at fault for lastma to stop you anymore. They simply stop you and ask you to report to their Oga, who is sitting somewhere. If you refuse to give Oga your car key, they will immediately call a towing service. If you give them money, they will demand $160,000 for doing nothing. There is nothing!!! Harassing people with neighborhood boys. Lastma in
According to DJ MoreMusic's News, the award-winning Yemi Alade was overjoyed when she finally performed live without make-up for the first time in her career.
Yemi Alade, who shared the beautiful moment in her story, informed her fans that performing without make-up was never her intention. Nonetheless, she has never felt more free and musically unhinged.
"I went on stage for the first time in my entire career with no make-up, costume attire, or pre-stage photo-up!" It wasn't planned, but I've never felt more uninhibited, musically unhinged!! A genuine rockstar! Thank you very much, Brussels! "I'm hungry for more."