More drama from the arrest of Nigerian artistes Omah Lay and Tems is violently unfolding with each passing day.
Fresh daggers of backlash from the Temilade Openiyi camp aimed at Ugandan artiste Bebe Cool made their way to the usual battleground, social media, on Friday night.
In the wee hours of Friday night, Tems, through multiple tweets, expressed anger towards Ugandan musician Moses Ssali aka Bebe Cool for allegedly being the mastermind behind the arrest.
Before the brunch happened, Bebe Cool shared a Facebook post asking the organizers of the event to cancel it because it was “unfair for Nigerian artists to be working and making money in Uganda yet the Ugandans haven’t been working since March.”
With the subsequent arrest of the two artists, many Ugandans and Nigerians launched a war on Bebe, accusing him of fueling the incident but he denied any involvement and also claimed that he aided the release of the artists.
“You followed the police around and bribed them to send you pictures of our release papers so it looks like you had something to do with the release,” an angry Tems tweeted.
“@BebeCoolUG I swear, avoid Nigeria for the rest of your life. If you ever find out I’m in the same place as you. Run for your life because I will not be in chains and nothing will stop me from pouncing on you,” she continues to say in another tweet.
In the statement she released yesterday, Tems seemed to have moved on from the whole experience but it looks like the issue with Bebe Cool needed to come out. She also said she would never talk about him again as long as they don’t cross paths.