Nigerian Twitter is currently boiling over as Nigerian rapper Olamide Adedeji, popularly known as Olamide, is the trending name on the social media app Twitter and it’s because of his reply to a fan.
Baddo as he is also called, is being dragged by Twitter Nigeria after he slammed a fan who asked him for help on the bird app.
The fan, who commented on Baddo’s post, asking him for a car to run his bolt business (a taxi hailing business), got to see an angry Olamide, who asked him if he (the fan) kept any money with him and ended the reply by saying that the fan was not in his right senses.
See the Beginning of the drama here:
Money weh you keep for my hand … Ori iya e gbaa Ile https://t.co/twTCbUhfuX
— Olamidé (@Olamide) January 25, 2022
Twitter users are calling the rapper out in reactions, opining that the reply was unnecessary and rude. While a lot of social media users are bent on the fact that Olamide involved the “mum” factor in his reply, another faction of Twitter users claim that the rapper wasn’t referring to the fan’s mother as “mum” can be used to refer to the particular person based on street slang.
See reactions below
— ABIMBOLA✨ (@oluwapemisireB) January 25, 2022
Lmao just ignore or stfu man 🥴 https://t.co/weVxy2J1Rp
— 🎈 (@letkennycook) January 25, 2022
This was sooo unnecessary sha https://t.co/YVPHc8ldwx
— Pete (@peemanor) January 25, 2022
Act your age mannnnn https://t.co/DvClhEADyn
— Audio Billonaire🔥🇺🇸 (@_DannyMerry) January 25, 2022
Unnecessarily Rude. https://t.co/36ttzkbyZd
— Prisca👑 (@MichaelsPrisca) January 25, 2022
— Tolu of Canada 🇨🇦🇨🇦 (@tolul_ope) January 25, 2022
— MD 💦💕 (@MeddyGCFR) January 25, 2022
Distasteful behaviour 🤮🤮 https://t.co/xfGFLFrcpS
— Brazzos (@__Damojo) January 25, 2022
Lol. Alomo inside Champagne bottle is still Alomo
Local league must cast https://t.co/KGhM0EjSmJ
— Sizwe Bansi (@datcapitano) January 25, 2022
Not the morons under this tweet, supporting him insulting someone else’s mother in the name of street slang. If anyone should insult my parents knowingly or jokingly, walahi, e don be for you be that. https://t.co/V5SRaAwjI3
— Albert Camus👁🧠 (@Sysiphus) January 25, 2022