Odumodublvck links up with Jaywon as they settle beef (Video)

Budding rapper, Tochukwu Ojogwu professionally called Odumodublvck, and singer, Jaywon appeared to have settled their beef.

The duo who went at each other’s necks few weeks ago following Odumodublvck’s statement that nobody paved the way for him in the industry, recently linked up.

Odumodublvck links up with Jaywon as they settle beef

A video making the rounds on social media captures the moment the music stars shook hands and exchanged some inaudible words to signify the end of their dispute.

Jaywon and Odumodublvck were both in the lobby of an establishment smiling and talking to each other as they were being recorded with their crew around.

Watch the video below:

CorrectNG recalls that their rift all started with Jaywon stating in an interview with Teju Babyface that the Declan Rice hit-maker was not in a position to claim that nobody paved the way for him.

The singer went on to question how Odumodublvck will feel if an artiste blows up from Abuja and says Odumodu did not pave the way for him.

In reaction, the rapper trolled the ‘Filebe’ crooner by implying that he was talking too much and that’s why Ayra Starr did not agree to hold his hand in a photo that recently went viral.

He told Jaywon that he did not pave the way for him and rather than talking too much, he should go hustle and produce results.

But this angered Jaywon, who accused Odumodublvck of being arrogant. He also reiterated his assertion that the rapper’s music is not exceptional.

He wrote; “As far as I’m concerned, odumodu is just as arrogant as the rest of them, and everybody knows the music is not all that but you know, I respect your hustle still bro…… keep crying!

The people supporting you too know the truth. No be everything be gra gra. Sometimes calm down to listen to small advise.”

Reacting, Odumodu mocked the former Kennis Music artiste, by saying that he only gets booked for shows on the first day of the year due to his hit song, This Year.

The Hip Hop artiste wrote; “You Wey Your Music Na All That. Na Only January 1st Dem Dey Book You For Show. Sapa Anthem.”