Nigerian fast-rising singer, Omah Lay has opened up about several issues which include his detention in Uganda, relationship with fellow singer, Tems, and so on.
The Port Harcourt bred singer made all this known while on Ebuka Obi-Uchendu‘s ‘RubbinMinds‘ talk show.
Omah Lay when replying to questions about the show that got him locked in Uganda, he stated that he travelled with his team legally and got the backings of Police and others before things went other way.
He stated that the detention and other happenings in Uganda is an experience for him.
When Ebuka asked to tell about the experience in detail, the ‘Godly’ crooner stated that everything has been recorded in a song which come in his debut album.
According to him, the album would be released this year (2021) even though the date is yet to be fixed.
Omah Lay was also asked about his relationship with fellow singer, Tems, who was also detained in Uganda for breaking covid-19 order in the country.
He stated that they have been friends since the issue at Uganda even though they were not friends prior to the time.
Omah Lay also laughed off a deeper relationship more than friendship with Tems when asked by Ebuka.