Kenyan RnB singer Otile Brown has apologized to his Ethiopian ex-girlfriend Nabayet in his new song.
Otile’s new song comes a few days after Nabbi hinted that the singer might have cheated on her, prompting her to bring the relationship to an end.
In the song named after her (Nabayet), Otile Brown says that he is a lover, but scandals have been a big obstacle in his quest to settle down, as ladies often judge him wrongly.
He goes on to say that he had even changed his ways because of the Ethiopian beauty.
The Chaguo la Moyo singer also stated that they have branded him a playboy and a heart breaker even when it’s just a stunt he has pulled. He further says that he is not someone who just plays around promising that if she (Nabayet) says that she wants to settle down today, he will do it.
“Nimejaliwa moyo wa upendo na nikipenda napenda vibaya ila skendo zimefanya sijasettle madem wananihukumu vibaya. Nimebadili hata mienendo wanadai nimefuria ile mbaya maana sifanyi hiki kitendo na skendo sina hamnazo kisa wewe mama.”
“Wananiita playboy heartbreaker baada ya kitendo nasepa yaani hawaniamini hata kama nawatania baby mimi sio mtu wa mchezo mchezo Nabayet ukisema nikuoe hata leo Nabayet,” sings Otile Brown.
In another post on his Instagram page, The Just in Love Music boss confessed that he still loves Nabbi.
Nabbi who is a biomedical student in Australia hinted that the singer might have cheated, forcing her to walk out of the relationship.
In a question and answer session with her followers, she was asked what she would do if her man cheated and Nabayet responded saying that she would leave quietly and without drama.
“Leave quietly. It’s that simple! No need for the back and forth. No need for the drama,” she said.
This is also not the first time the RnB singer has dedicated a song to a woman, the first time being Baby Love a song he dedicated to his then socialite girlfriend Vera Sidika.