Why I Broke Up With My Girlfriend When I Became A Star – Asake

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Popular Nigerian Afrobeats artist Ahmed Ololade, often known as Asake, has shared his reasons for splitting from his girlfriend.

The ‘Remember’ singer claims that after he was paid well for his songs, he was so happy to tell her about it that he informed her precisely how much he made and decided to give her N2 million.

Asake expressed shock at his girlfriend’s rejection of the N2 million, pointing out that she thought it was little in comparison to his large paycheck earned from his huge job.

The singer voiced his worries, saying that the unexpected behavior disturbed him, especially in light of the woman’s lowly upbringing.

He made it clear that he hadn’t expected her to have that kind of attitude.

Asake went on to say that he talked to Olamide about the matter, and Olamide suggested that he give the money to his mother and end his relationship with the girl.

He said that after giving his mother the N2 million, she is now self-sufficient and no longer needs him for financial support.

Asake stated:

“When I made my first big paycheck from music, I was so happy that I shared the news with my girlfriend. I gave her full details of how much I made and the next day, I gave her 2 million naira as a gift.

To my surprise, she turned it down saying 2 Million was too small compared to how much I had made. I was a bit worried coz this girl is from a humble background, and I never imagined her to be like that.

I explained the situation to Olamide and he advised me to leave the girl, he also instructed me to send the 2 Million Naira to my mom.

I’m glad I did coz my mom was able to make good use of the money and open a big provision store. My mom doesn’t call me for financial issues anymore coz she’s doing just fine…“

Recall that the Nigerian music sensation Asake was tackled on Twitter after he released visuals for his chart-topping song, ‘Only Me’. The singer confirmed the song’s release on Thursday.

The visuals, directed by TG Omori, showed Asake dressed as a priest and delivering communion in a setting evocative of a hallowed church.

To add to the spectacle, his ensemble of video vixens wore the austere dress of altar servers, who assist priests during religious events.

The video sparked outrage on social media, notably on Platform X, where people accused Asake, a Muslim, of repeatedly denigrating the Christian faith.

Some people used a clip from his ‘Bandana’ video, in which black goats invade a church, as more proof to bolster their assertions.

“Asake keeps disrespecting the Christian faith in his music videos. Dramatizing giving the Eucharist, robed up in priestly regalia for a music video that has no connection with Christianity is disrespectful,”

“In his Bandana video, he depicts black goats troping into the church, with cloven tongues of fire above weird men. Asake, I think, is a Muslim. Why doesn’t he go above and beyond to embarrass his Muslim faith in this same way?

“Why do Christians even listen to these musicians who bluntly disrespect Christianity?” Solomon Buchi, the life coach, wrote

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