The music star in a series of tweets posted via her Twitter handle on Friday, August 14, 2020, said some blogs took her tweet out of context and blew it up.
“So I quoted my tweet last night about being exhausted and drained with an explanation that I’m alright cos apparently some blogs took it up as me being depressed and my friend called me to ask what’s wrong cos people had been calling and sending her messages asking the same,” she tweeted.
“Dear blogs, I am fine. I am not your recent headline. Kindly make enquiries with people that actually know me before jumping to foolish confusions.”
“If you’re trying to post about me, post about my music or my food business. Leave me out of your shadiness. Nonsense.”
“Now I gotta call my mother to explain to her that I’m not depressed before she reads about me being depressed when I’m not depressed,” she concluded.
Kel’s tweets are coming barely 24 hours after a tweet where she had written about being exhausted got some people talking and wondering about her mental well-being.
“I’m emotionally exhausted. Totally drained. I’m tired of everything and everyone. Just tired,” she wrote.
Kel is famous for her 2008 hit single ‘Waa Wa Alright’ [Instagram/KelOnline]
Kel is a Nigerian rapper who became famous for her 2008 hit single ‘Waa wa Alright.’