I Paved The Way For Hype Women In Nigeria – Phyna Brags (Video)

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BBNaija Season 7 winner Phyna has stated that she opened the way for other women in the hyping business in Nigeria.

According to her, she deserves her flowers.

During an interview with singer Minz on the podcast Spill With Phyna, the aspiring actress emphasized her role as a trailblazer for hype women.

Before appearing on the popular reality program, Phyna claimed to be the only known female hype lady in Abuja.

Phyna admitted that she opened the door for the multitude of hype ladies in Nigeria that emerged as soon as she left the program.

She also rejected artists’ claims that no one prepared the road for them.

See the video below.

See reactions below;

Chukwunonso opined: “E be lyk sey na “pave way” we wan hear throughout dis year. People should just work hard and stop expecting credit from people who are also working hard to better their lives.”

AdoptedSon stated: “We are in a pave way Era so I can’t blame anyone that decide to jump in the phrase to clòut chase”

ANIKE claimed: “She’s not even recognized as one”

Chocolate Dove asked: “Phyna don do hype woman before?”

In other news, Olamide Gbenga Adedeji, a well-known Nigerian singer, rapper, and record label owner, has said in an interview that he considers himself a leader rather than a “Boss”.

The 35-year-old, who started Yahoo Boy No Laptop, or YBNL Nation, at a young age in 2012, said the word boss does not exist in his lexicon.

According to the “Rock” singer, he is a leader because he considers everyone around him to be brothers and sisters rather than employees.

Olamide goes on to state that his role as a leader is to guide people so that they might succeed in life.

The rapper is a pioneer in Nigeria’s music business, having helped musicians on his label as well as those on other labels gain success and establish themselves in the industry.

Olamide has worked with a variety of artists over the years, including Fireboy DML, Asake, Lil Kesh, Lyta, Adekunle Gold, Zlatan Ibile, Bella Shmurda, and Chink Ekun, among others.

However, Olamide determined that his mentor, ID Cabasa, taught him all of his leadership qualities.

In his words:

“The word boss doesn’t exist in my dictionary, cause I see everybody around me like brothers. my sisters and all that it is not about me being a boss but a leader, the role of a leader is to lead so that other people can move ahead and progress in life.”

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