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I’m broke – Singer Omah Lay laments

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Stanley Omah Didia, also known as Omah Lay, a Nigerian singer, has disclosed that he is bankrupt.

On Thursday, the ‘Soso’ singer revealed this via his Instagram story.
He also stated that he wishes to be alone.

He wrote: “Do not talk to me. I’m brooooooke!!!”

Many followers were concerned about his emotional well-being after reading his tweet, and many rushed to social media to share their concerns.

According to FTN, a few months ago, the Port Harcourt native discussed his battle with depression and how it deteriorated after he slept with his therapist.

He sang about his depression in a track titled “Soso” in his debut album Boy Alone, which was released last year.

 

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