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Thursday, November 15, 2018

Olamide reveals why he can't help or give people money free of charge

Nigerian Rapper/Singer Olamide Adedeji AKA Baddosneh has got people talking on social media with a post he made on Instagram.

Olamide shared a photo with a questionable caption ;

Oyinbo say Selfishness is the beggining of sledgehammer. A cheerful giver cannot have akojor. If not dangote go done share all him money give us to solve Nigeria problem, but human needs are endless. Taink You!

I de go hustle my own bah …. I done go

Some of his fans were surprised at these words and one said ; remember we rise by lifting others…

Olamide replied ; Arise o compatriot! My garri never rise finish abeg i go join that club later when i hammer

See their exchange below + other reactions ;

Olamide Adedeji (born 15 March 1989), known by his stage name Olamide but popularly called Olamide Baddo or BaddoSneh, is a Nigerian hip hop recording artist. He records mostly in Yoruba, his native tongue. In 2011, he released his debut studio album Rapsodi while signed to Coded Tunes. YBNL, his follow-up album, was released under his label imprint YBNL Nation.

The album was supported by the singles “First of All”, “Voice of the Street”, “Stupid Love”, and “Ilefo Illuminati”. On 7 November 2013, he released his third studio album Baddest Guy Ever Liveth. The album’s singles include “Durosoke” and “Yemi My Lover”. On 17 July 2013, Olamide became the first Nigerian to sign an endorsement deal with Cîroc. Olamide has been nominated and won several music awards, including multiple Nigeria Entertainment Awards and The Headies Awards.

The image of The Headies was created by Ayo Animashaun, the founder of the awards, and drawn by Matthias Aragbada. The first Headie plaque was done by Jide Adewoye. It represents “the image and the shout of a young, vibrant man whose talent can challenge that of Nas, Mode 9, Kanye West and Jay Z combined but who has almost lost confidence in his abilities in the face of daunting odds presented by the Nigerian environment.” In 2008, the plaque was redone in the United Kingdom. It was plated with 21 carat gold. The new plaque is a mixture of resin, copper, steel, marble and gold.

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