Niniola Vows to End Good Girl Persona After Being Served ‘Breakfast’

Niniola Apata, popularly known as Niniola, an Afro-house singer, has expressed her despair after being served ‘breakfast,’ a slang term for heartbreak in Nigeria. The performer, best known for her hit song “Maradona,” shared her sadness on Instagram, noting that being a good girl does not pay.

The singer did not divulge the identity of the person who caused her sadness in her post.

Good Girl no dey pay sha… I Swear … Them just serve me better breakfast…

E pain me sha..

No more good girl..There will be no more good girl,

she wrote.

Many of her followers have supported her in the comments area, with some encouraging her to move on and others telling her to take her time and heal from her grief.

Niniola, who competed in the sixth season of Project Fame West Africa in 2013, has subsequently established herself in the Nigerian music industry. She is well-known for her Afro-house, dancehall, and afro-pop sounds, which have helped her establish a name in the music world.

The singer has had several popular songs, including “Ibadi,” “Sicker,” and “Boda Sodiq,” which have garnered her a lot of airplay and a lot of fans. She was nominated for various prizes, including City People Music Award for Female Musician of the Year and the Nigerian Entertainment Award for Best New Act.

Niniola’s third studio album, “Colours and Sounds,” was released in 2021 and featured famous artists such as Afro B, Busiswa, Femi Kuti, and Timbaland. The album has garnered favorable feedback from music critics and has helped to solidify her position in the Nigerian music scene.

Niniola is well-known for her distinctive voice and dynamic stage performances, for which she has received numerous accolades and nominations. She has played on various worldwide stages, including the Essence Festival in New Orleans, USA, and the Nairobi Festival of African Music and Arts.

Despite her heartbreak, Niniola is still focused on her music career, and her fanss look forward to her next album.

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