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Olamide: If you have any problem, call God, if there’s business, call me

Popular Nigerian rapper, Olamide Adedeji professionally known as Olamide Badoo has pleaded with his fans to seek God to solve their problems. The famous rapper…

Popular Nigerian rapper, Olamide Adedeji professionally known as Olamide Badoo has pleaded with his fans to seek God to solve their problems.

The famous rapper and YBNL boss made this statement on his Twitter account, where he had begun by reciting a Quranic verse with its English translation.

Olamide further asserted that his fans should seek God if they have any problems to solve, and they should call him for business issues only.

“la hawla wa-lã quwwata ‘illa bi-llähi I-‘aliyvi I-‘azimi (There is no power nor strength except by Allah the Lofty, the Great).”

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“If you got a problem call God oh! If you get business holla me“ he tweeted. (sic)

Meanwhile, several of the rapper’s fans are yet to know the reason for his contentious post.

Olamide Gbenga Adedeji is a Nigerian rapper, singer, songwriter, and record executive who grew up in the slum area of Lagos state. He is Widely regarded as one of the biggest and most influential artistes in Africa.

Badoo has been the key instrument in the launching of the careers of several Nigerian music stars including Lil Kesh, Chinko Ekun, Adekunle Gold, Fireboy DML, Asake, and several others. The rapper is famous is popular for his unique style of rapping in Yoruba and English.

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