Niniola Apata, popularly known as Niniola is an award-winning Nigerian singer and songwriter. She graduated from the prestigious University of Lagos where she earned a bachelor of education certificate.
She is the older sister of the popular Nigerian singer and songwriter, Teni.
On the 17th of July 2020, the 'Fantasy' crooner released her new single titled 'Addicted', which has obviously topped the national music chart.
Just a few hours ago, the Afro-beat queen took to social media to reveal some of the things she is "Addicted to" that got people really confused.
Here are some of the things claims she is Addicted to:
A lot of people reacted to this almost immediately
Personally, from the lyrics of the song, 'ADDICTED', I was thinking she was using it to pass a message to her lover.
See song lyrics below
What are your thoughts on this?
Did you ever think she was making references to material things?
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