The CEO of OkayAfrica and Okayplayer, a music streaming and news publishing platform, has resigned after allegations of inappropriate behavior surfaced online this week. Questlove, the company's co-founder, announced the resignation of Abiola Oke in a statement on Instagram.

“Effective immediately, we have severed all ties and accepted the resignation of Abiola Oke as CEO and Publisher of Okayplayer and OkayAfrica," Questlove stated. "We take the allegations that have surfaced very seriously, and we stand with the brave women who came forward.”

Questlove also addressed the next steps for the company. 

"We have begun the process of engaging an outside advisor to review and investigate our current and past policies and practices," Questlove said. "We're committed to creating a work environment that's inclusive and respectful for all."