I’ll always be your loyal fan – Olamide tells Lojay after paying for his music video

Nigerian Hip Hop star, Olamide has revealed that he is a fan of rising afropop singer, Lekan Osifeso Jnr, popularly known as Lojay.

The rapper made this known through his official Twitter page on Saturday, 8th July while reacting to a comment Lojay made about him being a great human being.

The ‘Monalisa’ crooner had revealed that Olamide reached out to him on his birthday and offered to pay for the shooting of the music video for ‘Ova’. He said that in the course of their discussion, the YBNL boss told him that he loved the song, and wanted to handle the video cost.

According to Lojay, it was not up to 7 days after Olamide fulfilled his promise and everything was concluded. He went on to declare his love for the ‘Melo Melo’ crooner.

“@Olamide is actually one of the greatest humans I know! Bro called me on my birthday and after talking for a bit he told me he loved “Ova” so much and literally offered to pay for the video. E no reach 7 days bruh, video was done and dusted! I love that man 😩❤️ My bro 🙏🏾 your loyal fan always,” Lojay wrote.

In his response, Olamide referred to the budding artiste as his brother and added that he will always be a loyal fan too.

“My bro 🙏🏾 your loyal fan always.” he tweeted.

See the exchange…

In other news, a Nigerian lady simply known as Oluwatise has recounted how she landed her current job under the most unexpected situation. She said that she secured employment seven months ago with the help of an Uber driver who showed up to pick her.

The young woman said she was having a conversation with the driver when she talkd about being a broke student and the man offered her a job. Oluwatise expressed disbelief because the position in the company was one she seemed unqualified to fill.

According to her, she later discovered that the same cabman is a senior manager in the firm and they had stopped hiring but because of their interaction in the cab, the application link was reopened for her.

The lady, who shared her story on Twitter, said that she applied for the job, went for the interview and got hired all within a week.

Oluwatise narrated; I always tell ppl to be extroverted and not stuck up. The job I’ve been working for the past seven months came from an Uber driver. I was sitting in his car talking with him and complained about being a broke college kid and he offered me a job that I wasn’t even qualified for.

It literally was remote and everything. Turns out he was the senior manager at the company and they had just stopped hiring but he got them to reopen the link for me, interview me and get me hired within a week.