Salle was discovered on the streets of Imo when she was about to go home after her daily routine selling of stuff with an empty tray by well-meaning Nigerians who loved her sonorous voice and enthusiasm for music.
After Salle’s video went viral, she immediately captured the hearts of many with her angelic voice.
Reno Omokri via his verified Twitter account stated that he hopes those managing Salle don't strip her of the innocence we saw just a month ago and that her pure innocence is her ticket to the top.
According to Reno, her talent is her voice and he prefers her former look.
In his words;
“May God bless her and prosper her. I prefer her former look. Her talent is her voice. Her grass to grace story us her appeal. I hope those managing her don't strip her of the innocence we saw just a month ago. That unspoilt, pure innocence is her ticket to the top!”
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