Nigerian music sensation, Omah Lay, has sent shockwaves through his fan base with a cryptic message hinting at potential struggles in his life.
The artist, known for hits like “Bad Influence” and “Godly,” has been open about his battle with depression, confessing that the trappings of success led him to distance himself from church.
Concerns for Omah Lay’s well-being have surged as fans anxiously question the meaning of his statement.
The artist, whose latest single, “Holy Ghost Fire”, is gaining immense popularity, is now under scrutiny as listeners speculate whether the song mirrors his personal struggles.
In a tweet that heightened the worries of his admirers, Omah Lay declared: “I am not going to die now, I promise.”
This unsettling declaration has triggered a wave of reactions, prompting calls for those close to the musician to reach out and offer support during what appears to be a challenging time for him.
With the music industry still reeling from the recent losses of promising talents such as Mohbad and Oladips, grappling with the potential struggles of another rising star appears burdensome and worrisome for the industry.
As fans continue to hold their breath hoping for a reassurance about Omah Lay’s mental state, the music community is sure not to spare any effort to ensure that the artist receives the support he needs.