Nigerian street-hop sensation Gabriel Oche Amanyi, better known by his stage name Terry G, has voiced his dissatisfaction of his colleague Tem after she recently revealed that a Grammy award was missing.
In an exclusive interview with ELLE, the gifted and well-known performer Tems revealed an unexpected revelation amid the intense competition in the music industry, where many Nigerian vocalists aspire to win the prestigious Grammy Award.
She added a new twist to the already intriguing tale when she admitted that she has no idea where her Grammy plaque is.
This discovery shows that, despite her enormous success and acclaim from both music lovers and critics, even the most well-known stars occasionally lack knowledge about particular facets of their businesses.
Tems’ confession in the video that she couldn’t remember where her Grammy Award plaque was located went viral.
She expressed that she had smoothly advanced to the next stage in her illustrious profession, while her demeanour remained composed.
In Tems’s words,”I believe it is hidden somewhere inside the shelf. I have no idea where it is. I’m not really sure how to do it.
Since receiving it, I have not….Simply put, I keep going. I’m going to the following now.
Terry G, the Nigerian artist who wrote the popular song “Free Madness,” has criticised Tems for her disregard for a prized honour.
In a recent interview, Terry G criticised Tems for not treating the prize with due respect, claiming that Tems would have done so if she had truly believed she earned it.
As Terry G stated:
If you put in the effort to achieve something, you will value it and display it to the world whenever you can.
His response sparked discussions on social media.
Many point out that even if the Grammy plaque is significant, the honours given for inventiveness are more significant because there are acts with numerous Grammys.
Others, on the other hand, stood with Terry G and criticised her laziness.