Popular Nigerian artist Stanley Omah Didia, known as Omah Lay, recently shared a candid revelation about how his sudden rise to fame took a toll on his mental health. During a conversation on the Afrobeats Podcast, the ‘Soso Crooner’ admitted that he initially struggled with the pressures of fame but eventually found his equilibrium.
However, over time, he managed to find his footing and realized the importance of setting his own pace. This newfound perspective allowed him to cope better with the demands and expectations that come with fame.
In a previous report by Vanguard, Omah Lay bravely shared his struggles with feelings of depression and thoughts of self-harm. His willingness to discuss mental health issues has been lauded by many, as it encourages important conversations about the well-being of artists and individuals in the spotlight.
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