Nigeria Afro singer, Omah Lay has taken to his official Twitter handle to share his experience at an unidentified airport. The singer said this on Thursday while sharing his experience via a tweet on his official Twitter handle.
According to him, he said;
“So they stole my laptop, microphone & audio interface from my box at the airport LMAO, y’all looking for a hit record or what?”
The Nigerian young singer who has been enjoying his dominance in the music industry with his recent Album, has being robbed off the opportunity to record more songs as his Laptop, microphone and audio interface got stolen from his box.
While reacting to this, his fans shared their indifferent thoughts regarding the incident. See some of the reactions below;
Omah Lay finally speaks out after being robbed at the airport says, his laptop, microphone and audio interface has being stolen.
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