After taking a break to address his mental health and physical well-being, Afrobeats sensation KiDi, returned with further unintended controversy after releasing his song I LIED, causing fans to question his health due to the song's lyrics.
Sugar Daddy, as he is affectionately known, revealed the basis for his song I LIED in an interview on 3Music TV's Culture Daily. Life, according to the megastar, took its toll on him, resulting in a breakdown at some point. He noted that being unable to meet certain expectations and goals in life have an impact on him.
“Even for me, as an artiste, we always have to put up that I’m a superstar, I’m ok. But the human side of us we all have our individual thing we wish were right, we wish were happening in our lives that are not happening. And around that time where I made this song, that was what it was for me. I was like there is an unspoken emotion that society doesn’t allow us to often speak about but it’s been quite tough.”
He now believes that living is all about appreciating the present moment and letting go of high expectations for oneself.
“With time I’ve had to tell myself that enjoy the journey instead of putting a limitation on your mind that you have to be here, you have to be there, you have to do this, you have to do that. The beauty is in the everyday journey. That is where the story is. Not the destination because really, there’s no destination. I tell myself that be grateful and enjoy what you are doing.”
KiDi further mentioned that entertainers are hesitant to seek assistance from professionals in times of crisis due to a lack of respect for confidentiality. According to KiDi, I LIED was made in January and has nothing to do with his liver, as was believed upon the song's release.
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