“For the first time in my career, I felt so uninhibited and unhinged” Yemi Alade beams with joy as she performs on stage without make-up

Yemi Alade
Yemi Alade
Yemi Alade

Award winning Afrobeats singer, Yemi Alade has expressed her excitement at finally staying true to her real self.

The singer noted how she has never felt better performing without being glammed.

The music industry most especially for the females worldwide is always categorized with being overly glammed up at musical events.

Going out of the box, Yemi Alade for the first time in her music career hit the stage without makeup, costume attire, and several others.

The singer ditched the glammed up rules for something more natural and she couldn’t be happier.

Sharing the beautiful moment on her story, Yemi Alade noted how it was never in her plan in the beginning but she has never felt so uninhibited and musically unhinged.

She appreciated the city of Brussels for the love despite her natural look.

Yemi Alade added that she was thirsty for more.

“For the first time in my entire career, I went on stage with No make up, Costume Attire, no pre-stage photo-up! It wasn’t any plan in the beginning but I have never felt so Uninhibited, musically unhinged!! A freaking Rockstar! Thank you Brussels! I’m thirsty for more”.

It was recalls Yemi Alade had subtly shaded Wizkid’s aide Godson for dragging her career over the Grammy win of Angelique Kidjo.

Yemi Alade had taken to her Twitter page to praise Beninese singer Angelique Kidjo’s album, Mother Nature which won over Wizkid’s Made In Lagos album.

However, Yemi Alade’s retweeting of the tweet had pained Godson, and he took to his Instagram page to trash the singer.

He stated that Yemi Alade could never be able to sell any venue out in 1 minute.

Responding, Yemi Alade, in a post shared on Instagram, averred that before anyone argued with a person, they should ask themselves if the other party was mentally mature to grasp the concept of a different perspective.

Yemi Alade added that there was no point arguing with someone whose mental capability does not match her own, and sometimes it was good to choose violence.

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