Is singer suffering from heartbreak?

In her new Instagram post, the singer says 'i like music more than i like people.' Why?

Tripple MG Music's first lady Emma Nyra may not be in a good place right now after she insinuated on Instagram that she's seeking refuge in music rather than in human beings.

The "Elele" singer posted an encryptic message on her Instagram early Thursday which read: "I like music more than I like people".

To further explain what her post was all about, the singer captioned:

"Music is soothing, music is kind. Music has never hurt or judged me. Music will never betray or leave me. Music brings me closer to God. Music conquers all my fears."

It's understandable that she was testifying to the greatness of 'music' in her life and career but when she also stated that 'music will never betray or leave me and has never hurt me,' did she also mean to say humans are doing the exact opposite to her now?

Emma is often times a happy girl with so much dreams to become one of the greatest singers in Africa but some fans took her post to mean perhaps the singer was either having a sad day or went through a bitter life experience – like a break up!

Well, whatever be the case, we love us some Emma Nyra and we love the fact she loves her music.

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