Oladips finally apologises over false death announcement

Rapper Oladipupo Olabode Oladimeji popularly known as Oladips has finally apologised to the public over a false death announcement.

Nigerians were thrown into a state of mourning on November 15 after Oladips’ management announced that he had died after a two-year personal struggle.

However, fellow rapper and longtime friend of Oladips, Qdot shared a video of the rapper, claiming “he is alive”.

He further said Oladips would return online if his album reached the top of the music charts.

The post sparked allegations that the rapper faked his death to gain music clout but Oladips debunked the allegations.

In an interview with Naija FM published on Friday, the 28-year-old tendered an official apology to the public for the misinformation.

He claimed he was really sick and would never play with the emotions of his fans.

Oladips denies faking death to promote album

“To Nigerians and to my disciples, my core followers, I would never play with people’s emotions like that, it was never a prank I was sick sick, I am really sorry for the confusion and the distress and the false alarm and I take full responsibility because you didn’t hear from my mum you were like ‘ah this guy don go’ Thats why I said I take full responsibility because that is on me. So I am really sorry, make una forgive me abeg,” he said.