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  • Updated: September 15, 2023

Former YBNL Artiste Temmie Ovwasa Alleges Mistreatment By Olamide, Wife

Former YBNL Artiste Temmie Ovwasa Alleges Mistreatment By Ol

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Temmie Ovwasa, formerly known as YBNL Princess during her time at the Nigerian record label YBNL, has come forward with allegations of mistreatment and humiliation by her former boss, Olamide, and his wife, Aisha Adebukunmi.

In a series of posts shared on her Instagram page, the Kwara-born singer recounted her experiences during her time at the label.

Ovwasa claimed that despite being portrayed as the ‘Princess’ of YBNL, she endured difficulties behind the scenes. 

She accused Aisha Adebukunmi, Olamide’s wife, of frequently reminding her of her humble background and of being a ‘poor girl’ from Ilorin.

According to Ovwasa, her public humiliation by Aisha was a common occurrence whenever they went out together.

She also alleged that Aisha made it a point to emphasise her perceived financial status whenever people asked to take photos with her.

In her post, Ovwasa clarified that she never tagged Olamide in the video he saw before signing her to YBNL.

She emphasised her desire to pursue a music career and expressed her frustration with the alleged mistreatment she faced while under the label.

Additionally, Ovwasa accused former YBNL in-house producer Pheelz of misplacing a drive containing 25 unreleased songs.

Despite her time at YBNL, she claimed to have only released four songs and stated that she has since recorded and released three albums with a significant amount of unreleased material.

This is not the first time Temmie Ovwasa has dragged her former record label YBNL and her former boss Olamide.

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