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Olamide Mocks Twitter User Who Wants To Teach Celebrities How To Make More Money

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In 2018, Olamide should actually top the richest Nigerian rappers list. The man is actually making the dough. Dropping hits and widely recieved albums every year, selling out concerts, filling stadiums and getting endorsements has to equate to making loads of money.

His revenue from VEVO alone can change the life of many upcoming artistes. He also charges a substantial sum for performances. He’s not broke, and by all standards, his onscreen luxury is not from a projected fake life. So I think we won’t sound stupid if we say that Olamide actually knows how to make money.

When a twitter user stated he could teach celebrities how to make what he called “more money”, Olamide took the opportunity to turn it into a big joke! The twitter user with the handle @JohnJohnab tweeted in pidgin thus;

“We get the right idea to make una the celebrities to make more money if una give us the opportunity. Instagram the learn for where this idea de. Dm?”

All John is saying is that he has an idea that can make celebrities more money. And his idea beats Instagram. Meanwhile, it was in a reply to Olamide’s tweet about Instagram. We assume he’s serious about it.
But Olamide, after re-posting the guy’s tweet, left many fans confused.

Then he followed up with;

“Ppl no like money again dem want to teach another person how to make money dem never make finish apako 101-1994 induction”

We all know that such “ideas men” are obvious scammers. Olamide is currently promoting the video to his single with Wizkid, “Kana”. And he recently had a collaboration with actress, Eniola Badmus for the soundtrack of the latter’s movie, “Ghetto Bred”.

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Quasar Miami formerly known as Tylz, is a young rap artiste and an outspoken music industry commentator. He writes in a very controversial manner and is known to “never let the sleeping dogs lie”. In October 2017, he was inducted into HipHopHead as a contributor.

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