Controversial Hip Hop star, Tochukwu Ojogwu better known as Odumodublvck has said he does not want to be anybody’s role model.
He said he engages in a variety of social vices like smoking, drinking and fornicating, hence why he doesn’t want people looking up to him.
The ‘Declan Rice’ hit maker who spoke during an episode of the Zero Conditions podcast, said he just like Davido, he will always insult those that do that to him and he doesn’t care about protecting his brand.
Odumodublvck said he never claimed to be a holy person or someone who is morally upright, so if anybody wants a role model, they should follow Jesus Christ.
He said; “Where I have a problem is where people say that when they shoot you, because all in the name of brand you should keep quiet. See Davido yab him he will yab you back, Phyno he will yab you back. My brand is I will yab you back….
I am nobody’s role model, Jesus is there follow Jesus, don’t follow me. I fornicate, I drink, I smoke. You wann make me your role model you must be a dvmmy.”
Meanwhile, in another news…
UK-based Nigerian actress, Olufunmilayo Olatunji, also known as Elleaboki, has revealed that she will reject any movie role that involves her displaying nudity.
The thespian said she sees herself as a role model to many younger ones and she would not want to mislead or misgude them.
The actress further noted that she respects her religion and has dignity, so any sexually-related scene is out of the question for her.
Elleaboki said; “Nudity and sexually-related themes can make me turn down an acting role. I am a role model to many. I have my dignity, and I respect my religion so much.”
Despite seeing herself as a role model, Olatunji said she she has no role model in the movie industry, but she admires Kate Henshaw’s lifestyle.
She said; “To say I have a role model in the industry is a big lie, because I only look up to God, and not any human being. However, there is one person I admire a lot in the industry, and that is Kate Henshaw. I love her carriage and the way she’s aging gracefully.”