Stella Dimoko Singer Yemi Alade Talks About Unintentionally Ignoring Beyonce's Email For 2 Months...


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Tuesday, February 02, 2021

Singer Yemi Alade Talks About Unintentionally Ignoring Beyonce's Email For 2 Months...

Nigerian Afro-Pop singer, Yemi Alade, talked about how she unintentionally ignored popular American singer, Beyonce‘s email for two months.

The sensational singer disclosed this in an exclusive interview with OSG, during which she talked about how she nearly lost out on her collaboration with Beyonce.

Speaking with OSG, Yemi said she ghosted “Queen Bey” for two months but however said it wasn’t intentional.

She said, “we thought it was a scam email… I wasn’t the one receiving the emails, my management was and the thing is that, you have to be a crazy beyond fan like me to know her company’s name is “Parkwood”, So you’re getting emails from “Parkwood” about a collaboration with Beyoncé?!… My manager was telling me that he keeps getting these messages from Parkwood. He sounded very irritated and he was thinking of maybe blocking the email… and I asked him what did you say? Did you say “Parkwood?” I said (screams) that is Beyoncé!!!!…”

Speaking on how long it took for them to actually respond to the email, Yemi Alade said “it took a while.. we were at the end of the collection like.. they’ve been working on this for a while, maybe a month or two, I think even someone at some point came to Nigeria and they were trying to meet me but you know how some people are, they don’t want some people to meet some people.

Immediately after learning of her manager’s error, the ‘Johnny’ crooner immediately boarded a plane to Las Vegas, and made her way to Beyoncé’s studios.

“I had no idea what was coming. When we were done with the meeting, I went back to my apartment. I just woke up the next morning I couldn’t talk, definitely could not sing. I had no voice, I pushed and I got something out of it,” the 31-year-old continued.

When asked about her disposition towards people in the western world and the kind of vibe they give. She replied thus:

“When I try to just envision every country that I’ve been to, I realize that human beings are just human beings, some come with good vibes, some come with bad vibes and then you can never know who really has ulterior motives or not, they just keep…. like an onion peel… they just keep opening up and showing you and showing you and revealing everything… so I would just say human beings are the same everywhere, naija, outside naija everybody.”

Yemi Alade was unveiled as a collaborator on Beyonce’s “Black Is King” visual album, a sequel to the 2019 “Lion King: The Gift” album.

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  1. Hmmm!! Her manager was really ignorant of the brand "Parkwood"? Ekene kwam the manager. Thank God Yemi didn't lose the contract.

  2. And so? 😏😏😏😏😏

  3. nice one...waiting for the album

  4. Honestly speaking, her lyrics in "Don't jealous me" is wack. But ofcourse mediocrity sells better. What the hell is this:
    "Oh Odogwu (Odogwu)
    I beg make them talk
    We go give them the action
    I be the grand master
    Salute the commander, eh (Ewo)
    Otunba, Oga, Saidi, Chairman
    Mansa, Oba, Yaro, Clear Road"

    Girl bye!!!

    1. Wetin be your problem? Please take up the lyrics matter with B?

    2. Ahah! Are you just knowing Yemi Alade?

      Her lyrics are always childish!

    3. Her lyrics are always wack. It's not just peculiar to the song.

  5. i thought i was the only one who didn't like her part of the song.


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