In a tweet on Sunday, the self-proclaimed investigative journalist stated that the water goddess told her to instruct Davido to remove his hit single ‘Assurance’ from music streaming platforms.
Sharing the song lyrics, she circled the part ‘And if I ever leave oh/make water carry me dey go far away/far away’.
“Got back from the beach To worship Yemoja. The Goddess of water also sent me to Davido. Start breaking #TheAdelekecurse
“SHE SAID REMOVE “ASSURANCE” from all streaming and purchase platforms.
"That song has to go‼️Generational curses manifest to the next generation,” she tweeted.
Addressing Chioma Rowland, Olunloyo asked her to leave Davido and go back to complete her education that she dropped out of because Davido is cursed.
According to the controversial journalist, most families in Yorubaland are laden with generational curses.
“The Igbos need to get rid of their bride price culture. It’s a source of strife and evil. I keep it real.
"Same way they said IVD can’t lay claim to Bimbo’s children. Bimbo was Yoruba pls. Traditional lies.
“Chioma pack your load, go back to the school you dropped out of and leave the Osun curse.
“Igbo girls pls study the Yoruba families you’re TRYING so hard to get in.
"Most of our families in Yorubaland are laden with generational curses. Don’t invite it into your life,” Olunloyo tweeted.