On November 15, Oladips’ management announced that the rapper had passed away.
The management also released the rapper’s 17-track album.
On November 23, the rapper also shared a “proof of life” video on his Instagram page.
But in a now-viral video, Oladips said he messaged Ednut to inquire about the process of promoting his album.
The rapper said he was willing to pay a reasonable fee.
Oladips said Ednut did not reply to his WhatsApp messages. He added that he was surprised when he noticed the blogger posted fake news about his death.
“I just want to talk about something that happened yesterday,” he said.
“I messaged Tunde Ednut on WhatsApp yesterday that I wanted to promote my album, and he should give me a reasonable price. I did not hear from him again and we were talking before. When it got to that part (music promotion), he did not say anything.
“But when they said I died for three days you posted it for free…
“You can use me for likes and comments and whatever you want to use me for, post my album too.”
Oladips: I messaged Tunde Ednut yesterday about promoting my album and he ignored me but today, he posted I died for three days pic.twitter.com/DmCAJaK96n
— CableLifestyle (@CableLifestyle) December 5, 2023
Abdulrasheed Opeyemi, the personal assistant of Oladips, recently claimed the rapper was dead for three days.
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