Popular Nigerian artiste, Stanley Omah Didia, widely known as Omah Lay, has revealed that his sudden stardom harmed his mental health.
The ‘Soso Crooner’ admitted on the most recent episode of the Afrobeats Podcast that he initially battled with popularity but eventually regained his equilibrium.
“It was a jump; at first I struggled, and it put me in a bad mental state because I was still trying to learn my ways,” he recalled. But as time went on, I became more at ease and realised that I was running my own race and that I should go at my own pace.
I grew more stronger and began to appreciate my life more as soon as I discovered and acknowledged it.
He added that he had no problem disclosing his weaknesses to the general public.
“I can talk about my vulnerabilities if I can include them in my song. I’m aware that everyone in the globe is listening to my music, which is entirely inspired by my real-life experiences.
Remember how Omah Lay disclosed in a article that she was suicidal and depressed?