Stop Sending Me Love Messages, Olamide Warns Male Fans

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YBNL record label boss, Olamide Adedeji popularly called Olamide, has warned some of his male fans on Instagram who directly send him love messages to desist from such acts.

The singer, who recently released a new song titled ‘Pawon’ has been sharing raunchy videos of scantily-dressed women shaking their buttocks to the track on his timeline.

The videos have since been garnering lots of attention — even from unwanted solicitors.

He, however, made a video on Friday and shared on Instagram, where he slammed the new male followers who were directly sending him affectionate messages on the platform.

The singer vented in both Pidgin and English, stating clearly that the account belongs to a man.

“All these new people wey go just dey follow me, all these Arabos or wetin dem dey call them and some kind Balups wey go dey send me dm say ‘I love you’, ‘Hey boo’. Are you people unfortunate? Which foolish boo are you looking for? Na man get the page o! I just dey promote my song o. E be like say una don dey craze. Make una comport o,” he said.

Watch the video below;

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