Of late, Olamide has been on the receiving end of plaudits for taking raw music talents from the streets and mentoring them to become successful and ultimately independent.
The recent departure of Lil Kesh to form his own record label after being under the tutelage of the YBNL boss is a testament to this.
However, a former member of the label is insinuating Olamide is not as supportive as presumed.
Xino, who was for sometime with YBNL, has expressed grief at the manner in which Olamide, who he immensely looked up to, treated him.
In a call for help posted on his Instagram page, the afro-beat singer narrated how the rapper allegedly left him out “on the streets with no form of support.”