Olamide Adedeji, better known as Olamide Badoo, a popular Nigerian rapper, has pleaded with his fans to turn to God Almighty to help them solve their problems rather than calling him.
This statement was made by the famous rapper and YBNL boss on his Twitter account, where he began by reciting a Quranic verse with its English translation.
Olamide went on to say that his fans should seek God for help with their problems and only call him for business matters.
“la hawla wa-l quwwata ‘illa bi-llähi I-‘aliyvi I-‘azimi” (There is no power or strength except through Allah the Lofty, the Great).
“If you have a problem, call God!” “Please contact me if you have any business,” he tweeted.
Meanwhile, several of the rapper’s fans are still unaware of the reason for his divisive post. However, in the Nigerian social media space, when seeking financial assistance, people frequently tag popular celebrities in their tweets. It’s a common practice, and some well-known people don’t like it.
Olamide Adedeji is a veteran Nigerian rapper, singer, songwriter, and record executive who grew up in the Lagos state neighborhood of Bariga/Akoka. He is widely regarded as one of the country’s and Africa’s most important and influential artists.
Olamide Badoo, as he is affectionately known, was instrumental in launching the careers of several Nigerian music stars, including Lil Kesh, Chinko Ekun, Adekunle Gold, Fireboy DML, Asake, and others. The rapper is well-known for his distinct rapping style, which combines Yoruba, English, and Pidgin English.
Olamide has released nine studio albums since his debut in the music industry in 2011. “Carpe Diem,” “UY Scuti,” and “The Glory” are some of his most recent albums.