(Video) How My Former Apprentice, Tope Alabi, Neglected Me After Attaining Stardom – Actor Yemi My Lover Spills
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Yoruba Actor and musician, Yemi Ayebo better known as Yemi My Lover, has taken to social media to publicly criticize gospel singer Tope Alabi, accusing her of neglecting him after achieving stardom.

The movie star, in videos making the rounds, revealed that Tope Alabi served as his apprentice in the movie industry during the 90s.

Yemi, however, pointed out that now that the Gospel singer has achieved success, he cannot remember any assistance or support she ever provided to him.

According to him, Tope Alabi has been ignoring his calls and failed to attend his birthday party last year, nor send him gifts, despite him going to the extent of personally delivering a letter of invitation to her office.

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Yemi added that some gospel singers exhibit worse character traits than ordinary individuals.

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Tope Alabi was my apprentice in the movie industry in the 90s. Now that she has made it, I can’t remember any help she ever rendered to me. She doesn’t even pick up my calls.

Last year when I wanted to celebrate my birthday, I personally took the invitation letter to her office but she neither came note send any gift to me.

She didn’t even wish me a happy birthday but I am not mad, that is her way of life. Some of these gospel singers have worse character man regular people”.

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Tope Alabi recently came under heavy criticism after she referred to herself as ‘ebo’ literally meaning sacrifice in one of her songs.

The singer was also heard singing in Yoruba language using the word ‘Aboru Aboye’, a form of greeting among Ifa initiates.

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In the viral video, she said: 

Abiye ni mi, Oruko mi ni yen. Mo de bo, mo ru, mo ye,” (I am a sacrifice, that’s my name. I am a sacrifice accepted by God, that’s my name).”

The lyrics triggered a flurry of reactions among social media users.

Reacting to the backlash, Tope, who was seen ministering in a white garment church, in a video said: “Aboru Aboye” is a pure Yoruba language and not an exclusive preserve of traditionalists.