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Why I considered Jumping to Off Mainland Bridge – Mo Cheddah

considered Jumping to Off Mainland Bridge

Modupe-Oreoluwa Oyeyemi, a Nigerian artist better known as Mo’Cheddah, says he once fought depression to the point of considering jumping off the Third Continental Bridge.

The 28-year-old fashion designer said her older colleagues in the industry hated her when she entered the industry.

“I came from a naive and God-fearing family, I entered the adult world, they threw me into a jungle and people did not care if I was 16, they attacked me,” he said in an interview with DANG Network. .

“The industry was hostile. I would be acting and they would turn off my microphone because the artist’s A list did not like it. There was a day when I looked at my mother and said, “You taught me all about love, but you did not teach me to hate.”

“I do not know why he did not do it, but the truth is that there is hatred in the world, so I entered the industry thinking that everyone loved everyone.” I did not understand that hatred. ”

In explaining his abrupt departure from the music scene, Mo Cheddah said that people did not understand his side of the story when he left the Knighthouse records.

“The day I won the Channel O prize, it was when Twitter came out and people I knew started dragging me to the Internet. “People started asking me why I won the prize, people started questioning me and telling stories around me,” he said.

“What broke me was that when I left my label, people chose to choose sides and, obviously, it was not mine, I felt like I had failed, especially because I thought the business would recover.” They had so much hatred for me.

“They started talking bad about people, companies, producers, so I was on a blacklist.” They wanted to do everything possible to ruin me and I felt that God abandoned me, sadness consumed me.

“I searched on Google” there is this darkness inside me “and I saw that many people had it, they talked about depression, the only reason I did not kill myself, first, I did not know how I would commit suicide.

“I thought about drowning in the third continental bridge, sometimes I wanted it to be fast, so I’ll pray for God to kill me.” All I had to do was understand that as long as I was at peace with this person, everything else would be fine. I live to be happy “.

NAN reports that he left the record label in February 2012 due to irreconcilable differences and founded his own label.

Mo’Cheddah burst onto the music scene at age 16 with a feature on “Won Beri” and had to take a break from the industry in 2015.

She currently runs a fashion house called Mo and advises girls through her brand.

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