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I respect you guys so much – Omah Lay to Fireboy, Rema



Nigerian singer, Stanley Omah Didia, known professionally as Omah Lay has declared massive respect for his colleagues, Fireboy DML and Rema.

The ‘Understand’ crooner took to his official Twitter page on Friday, 12th of August to reveal that he respects them immensely.

Omah Lay also stated that he has so much love for Fireboy and Rema, who are both categorised as new school artistes like himself.

He tweeted; ”Fireboy and Rema I love and respect you guys so much 🥂”

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Meanwhile, Rema and Omah Lay were recently called out over their performances at AfroNation Festival in Portugal.

The duo were among artistes that performed on the opening day of the concert but fans were disappointed with their performances.

A female attendee dragged them in a viral video, saying that they failed to live up to expectations as vocalists.

She said; “My honest opinion about Afronation day one… beautiful place, amazing energy but my biggest criticism of this festival so far is my beautiful West African artistes that I saw yesterday, especially Omah Lay and partly Rema.

“Why are you not singing? We came to see you live, you’re vocalists.. and your main instrument is your voice..we came all the way to Portugal to watch… honestly… I’m not satisfied.”

Rema reacted via his Twitter page and explained that poor sound setup was responsible for the way things turned out at the event.

“Whoever came for Afronation day 1 knew the sound was bad. 2 second delay feedback from the mic, no in-ear monitors for artists to keep track of the audio the audience was receiving.

“Let’s not even talk about provisions they make for artists to come with ‘bands’ still I made use of live sessions at first and I cut it off & improvised cause I wasn’t satisfied with the sound, even complained on stage.

“One thing leads to another, know this! But just can’t watch people take shots @ me and my brother, Omah Lay. Lastly, we’ll all learn, grow & do better, as artists & organizers, peace,” he tweeted;

Also reacting, Omah Lay wrote; “Apologies to you and all the fans that feel this way. I woulda loved to give you better but I had to do this entire show without hearing myself cuz I wasn’t provided with sound on my IEM.”

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