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Modupe-Oreoluwa Oyeyemi Ola (born October 16, 1990) , is a Nigerian rapper and singer. She released her debut studio album, 'Franchise Celebrity' (2010), while signed to Knighthouse Entertainment. The album was preceded by the 2009 promotional single "If You Want Me". She parted ways with Knighthouse in February 2012 and established her own label, Cheddah Music.


  • When I was still trying to conceive, I was like what’s wrong with me? I was like everybody can do this thing. I’ll be like it’s me that can’t do this thing. What’s going on here?
    • [1] Mo’Cheddah spoke on fertility issue in 2023.
  • My mental health and breastfeeding weren’t a great pair. So I took my time and did what I could, so obviously, my supply dropped drastically. I could barely pump a full ounce in one day.
    • [2] Mo’Cheddah detailed her struggle with breastfeeding in 2022.
  • I had hyperemesis gravidarum for the first 25 weeks of pregnancy, and when I tell you, it is the hardest thing I have ever experienced in life, and I doubt any-other thing can be more challenging or more painful.
    • [3] Mo’Cheddah spoke on her pregnancy journey in 2021.
  • The industry was hostile. I would be performing and they would turn off my microphone because the A-list artist doesn’t like me.
    • [4] Mo’Cheddah spoke on hostile music industry in 2018.
  • I was coming from a naive, God-fearing family and I went into the world of adults and I was thrown into a jungle and people did not care if I was 16, they attacked me.
    • [5] Mo’Cheddah narrate her musical experience in 2018.
  • I felt as I had failed, especially because I had thought that business will pick up.
    • [6] Mo’Cheddah spoke on depression in 2018.
  • The day I won the Channel O award, that was when Twitter was making waves and people I knew started dragging me online. People started asking why I won the award, people starting questioning me and carrying stories around me.
    • [7] Mo’Cheddah spoke on Channel O award in 2018.
  • I saw other people living life and it became clear. I was 21, and I thought this was not a way to live. I didn’t watch movies anymore. I didn’t watch TV. I was missing out on life and that is when I stopped everything.
    • [8] Mo’Cheddah spoke on taking break in 2017.

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