“Clout Chasing Is A Very Bad And Expensive Drug” – Yemi Alade Shades Her Colleagues Always Chasing Clout

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Yemi Eberechi Alade, known professionally as Yemi Alade, has taken to social media and shaded her colleagues who are always chasing clout.

The Nigerian Afropop singer, songwriter, and activist took to her official Twitter handle and reacted to how most of her colleagues chase clout one way or the other as they fond of chasing clout and shading their other colleagues.


Yemi Alade

According to Yemi Alade, who recently revealed in a recent interview that she did not respond to emails sent to her by Beyonce for two months because she and her manager taught it was a scam until she discovered the company that sending the mail was Parkwood, clout chasing is a very bad and expensive drug.

Taking to the microblogging platform, Yemi Alade, who recently celebrated her 11 years in the industry wrote; “Clout chasing is a very bad and expensive drug.”


Check out the screenshot of her tweet below;


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