“I don’t mind the free publicity I get from the video based on institution (the identical record company) with Tiwa Savage. To be honest with you, they’re two consenting adults and they’re entertainers. They are in the show business and it doesn’t matter if it (their romance) is real or not. They are getting the numbers; the video had over one million viewpoints within 24 hours. I feel sometimes Nigerians get overly emotional about certain things. ” He explained.
Bello, who only released two singles, Champion and Bless Me, insisted that he needed to take a rest from music to re-evaluate his life. He explained, “I just took a rest, in all honesty. I went into my room and I took a long needed rest. I had been ‘overthinking’ and I needed to clear my mind. At some point, I had been climbing and joyful but didn’t understand why I had been climbing. I’ll say I got blinded by the spotlight. When you are in the spotlight, you don’t find anyone else and it’s delusional. At times, you have to step out of the spotlight and see those who are watching you. ”
“There will always be something you’d wish you did better, but you can’t change the past. I only look back to inspire myself and I understand that my decision today affects tomorrow,” Bello said.
Talking on hate comments on social media, he confessed that he always felt bad that individuals could attack a calm person like him. He said, “it’s a touchy one, but I am optimistic by nature. Human nature is designed in ways that we see negative things faster than positive things. Needless to say, there was a time despise remarks made me feel terrible. Now, however, I just count my blessings and try to appreciate every positive comment. At a time, I didn’t understand why somebody would say something bad to me since I’m peaceful. ”
Bello also rubbished claims that he’d abandoned Don Jazzy’s Mavin Records, saying people just came to such a conclusion since he had been quiet for some time.