‘It’s Only God That Can Save Internet Trolls’ –Yemi Alade
Arguably the best female singer in Africa, Yemi Alade has been gaining much recognition in Nigeria, Africa since she dropped her monster hit single, ‘Johnny.’ In a new interview with showtime, the songstress throws more lights on how far she intends to take her music.
Yemi Alade says she’s focusing on not only Africa, but the World with her music, “I believe it is my calling to inspire young girls all over the world,” the beautiful ‘Koffi Anan’ singer affirmed.
“My focus is not only Nigeria. The focus is indeed the world. We are all sent to this world to do something and I believe it’s my calling to inspire young girls all over the world no matter what their skin colour is, or where they are from. My focus is more of the world than where I am from,” Yemi Alade elaborated.
Speaking on how fans give negative comments on social media, Yemi Alade joins the growing list of celebrities who have expressed their irritations for internet trolls.
She said; “There are a lot of comments that people just throw my way without thinking. I personally think that it’s only God that can save such people.”
Yemi Alade recently captures the essence of having a good summer time with the release of the video for her latest EDM and Afro-Caribbean music fusion track, “Want You.”