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Stop Looking For Love In Nigeria, You Won’t Find It – Seyi Shay

Seyi Shay

Seyi Shay

Nigerian singer, Seyi Shay has come out to send her sincere condolences to anybody still searching for love.

She recently revealed that love is no longer existential and it will be a wasted attempt for anyone to embark on a love seeking adventure right now.

According to her, there is no love on the streets anymore and the country is now filled with heartbreakers who only want to waste your time.

She added that it is best for single Nigerians to focus on themselves more till love resurfaces again.

His words, “My condolences to anybody searching for love, nothing dey streets again!”

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Deborah Oluwaseyi Joshua (born Oluwaseyi Odedere; 21 December 1985), professionally known as Seyi Shay (pronounced Shay-yee Shay), is a Nigerian-based singer, songwriter and actress. She wrote and produced three songs for the soundtrack to Konami’s video game Crime Life: Gang Wars (2005).

She also wrote “You Will See”, a song that was included on Melanie C’s third studio album Beautiful Intentions (2005). Shay wrote “White Lies”, a song from Chip’s Transition album.

In 2008, she became the lead singer for the now defunct pop girl group From Above. The group signed a recording deal with Sony’s Columbia Records and was managed by Mathew Knowles’ Music World Entertainment company. In November 2013, Shay signed an endorsement deal with telecommunications service provider Etisalat. In July 2015, she signed a record deal with Island Records.

Shay released her debut studio album Seyi or Shay in November 2015. It was supported by the promotional singles “Irawo”, “Ragga Ragga”, and “Chairman”.

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