I’ll tell my story when I’m ready, Oladips confirms he’s alive

Rapper Oladips has finally confirmed that he is alive and not dead as announced by his management.

Oladips’ management announced his death in a brief statement shared on the rapper’s Instagram post on November 15.

According to the statement, the 28-year-old who died on Tuesday “kept battles within himself” for the past two years.

The death of the Oladips soon became a subject of discussion as many, including his friend and fellow rapper Qdot claimed he is still alive.

Qdot shared a picture of the rapper on Instagram with the caption: “My gee is still alive.”

The controversy heated up a few days later as others opined that the rapper faked his death to promote his new album.

But on Thursday, QEDNG’s check on the rapper’s Instagram account revealed that the death announcement post has been deleted.

However, a new video, showing Oladips vibing to one of the tracks from his recently released album Superhero Augbo was posted on his Instagram story.

The video was captioned: “Proof of life.”

Speaking in an Instagram live session, Oladipos who appeared pale, said he will tell his story whenever he is ready and feeling better.

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“Everyone just dey talk their own, at least na me you dey see like this life and direct, shout out to everyone that has been sending me message and everything, right now I’ll just focus on getting better when I have the strength enough or when I’m ready cos I see say everybody just dey talk, talk without knowing what actually happened without hearing from me direct, when I feel like I’m good enough to address everybody I will come online and tell you people my side of the story, na wetin I come talk be that,” he said.