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Nigerian rapper, Oladipupo Oladimeji, popularly known as Oladipus, took part in a live session and addressed the recent rumors surrounding his death, stating that he is alive and well. The rapper, who was pronounced dead on Nov. 15, made a strong comeback Thursday, sharing a video refuting reports of his death. As the soundtrack for his latest work…

Nigerian rapper, Oladipupo Oladimeji, popularly known as Oladipus, took part in a live session and addressed the recent rumors surrounding his death, stating that he is alive and well.

The rapper, who was pronounced dead on Nov. 15, made a strong comeback Thursday, sharing a video refuting reports of his death. With the soundtrack of his latest album ‘Ori’ playing in the background, Oladipus assured fans that he is indeed alive and well.

In the video, he promises to reveal the details behind the death hoax in an upcoming Instagram Live session with fans. However, he added that this revelation would only happen when he felt he was emotionally ready.

Mr. Oladipus said: “Everyone’s always talking about themselves. People like to talk a lot…Right now, I’m just focusing on getting better. If I feel like I have enough to talk to you guys, I’ll go live and do it.” I’m going to tell you my side of the story. Na Huetin, that’s what I want to say to you all: Pray for Oladipus.”

The rapper made headlines after his management first released a statement announcing his death on November 14th. In his statement, he cited his own internal struggles over the past two years and requested privacy for his family.

However, just two days after the announcement, close friend and singer Qdot posted on social media claiming that Oladipus is alive and well. This led to widespread skepticism about the accuracy of the initial death announcement.

In response to the uproar, Oladipus posted a video on Instagram of himself dancing to a song from his new album, Superhero Adugbo, with the caption: “Proof of life.”

The rapper’s journey from death rumors to asserting his vitality has sparked debate and relief among fans.

Source: guardian.ng

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