Kenyan singer Otile Brown is going to have to do more than sing his heart out to win back his ex-girlfriend Nabayet.
A few days after Otile released an apology song in her name, the Ethiopian Biomedical scientist responded to the song via Instagram saying that the song was not enough to make them reconcile.
“However, love is not a game, heartbreak is no joke. It’s going to take a lot more than a song to heal and rekindle. My heart will always beat for him but unfortunately, life has brought us here. I appreciate the effort, I really do. It takes one hell of a man to put aside pride and apologise. Maybe one day we will cross paths again,” the message read in part.
In the message addressed to her ‘Instagram in-laws’, she explained that she held no hard feelings towards Otile Brown and wished him well in his career. Following her refusal to get back with the ‘Baby Love’ singer, many fans have come out to ask her to forgive Otile.
Besides the song, the Swahili crooner asked fans to help him convince Nabayet to forgive him and further added that if Naybet would not forgive him in three weeks he would quit music.
On Friday Otile posted another apology, simply saying “Damn girl, I’m sorry”. His apology song comes three months after the two lovebirds broke up.
The two started dating after Otile went through an ugly breakup with socialite Vera Sidika last year as reported by The Sauce.