Popular rapper, Jude Abaga known professionally as MI, has reacted to the news of his colleague, Oladips being alive.
It may be recalled that the management of Oladips whose real name is Oladipupo Oladimeji announced the news of his ‘death’ via his official Instagram handle on November 15.
However, he surfaced in a trending video on Thursday wherein he was vibing to a song from his new album, ‘Superhero Adugbo,’ with the tag ‘proof of life.’
In another clip, Oladips said he will explain what really happened with the death hoax, when he is feeling a lot better and ready to share his side of the story.
Reacting, MI Abaga expressed shock, saying, “Oladips resurrected? Or wazzzz going on? Welcome back to life.”
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Controversial Nollywood actor, Yul Edochie has called out Nigerians’ for displaying sanctimonious love and support for dead people.
He stated this in a post on his official social media page while emphasising that it is the reason famous rapper Oladips recently faked his death.
It may be recalled that few days ago news broke that Oladips passed away and this garnered sympathy for him as fans began to stream his music.
However, the musician’s management dismissed its earlier state and presented new evidence to prove that he is alive and well.
Reacting, Yul Edochie urged Nigerians to continue supporting Oladips now that he is still alive and well, stressing that he mustn’t die before they could stream his songs.
He noted that people love to celebrate someone only when they learn that the person is dead but when alive they refuses because of “jealousy and envy.”
The actor wrote: “What’s up with the guy who faked his death? Una no wan trend am? Nobody is posting him?
“Nobody is posting his music cos he’s still alive. If he was truly dead by now, una no go let people rest. Everybody will be posting his picture and his music.
“To support dead people dey sweet una pass the ones wey dey alive. Support him now that he’s alive, jealousy and envy no go let una.”