Temmie Ovwasa says she self-harmed because of Nigeria

Temmie Ovwasa says she self-harmed because of Nigeria

Controversial Nigerian recording artiste, Temmie Ovwasa has revealed in a social media post that she self-harmed because of Nigeria.

 

She stated that she could not condone the ongoing pandemonium ongoing in the country.

 

The former Yahoo Boy No Laptop, (YBNL) signee mentioned that she has undergone therapy to fix herself, however, the problems have been unable to reach a climax.

 

She stated that the country should become more secure; for both women and members of the LGBTQ Community.

 

The singer also hinted in her post that she has attempted suicide on various occasions.

 

ALSO READ: Temmie Ovwasa: No heterosexual relationship is stable

 

Here is what she wrote;

“Thank you, Nigeria for giving me a personality disorder, anxiety, depression, PTSD, high blood pressure, self-harm scars, dissociation, depersonalization, a sleeping pill addiction due to insomnia, and an inability to function as emotionally stable adult, before the age of 25.”

 

A couple of months ago, Temmie published an article pertaining to her sexual orientation.

 

She came out as a lesbian; the songstress did not stop there, she also went on to speak on the turbulence; as well as discrimination that gay people go through in the music industry.

 

Here is what she published;

“Someone once said that I was signed to YBNL because I’m the girl everyone is fucking,

I was 19, Queer af and just excited to be in the closet.
Had to deal with answering stupid questions about men and my sexuality on live TV.
While my male counterparts were focusing on the music.

The misogyny in the music industry breaks me!!
The fact that it’s normalized fucks with my head.
Next time you listen to the radio take note of how many Female artists have their songs played.
One day I’ll be talking my shit, Not today tho…

Today we masturbate and drink wine.”

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