Rapper Oladips’ obituary post deleted as new video surfaces
THE obituary post on the Instagram page of Nigerian singer Oladipupo Oladimeji, aka Oladips, has been deleted.
It was gathered that the obituary post was deleted on Thursday.
A new video showing Oladips vibing to a song from his new album, Superhero Adugbo has, however, been posted on the Instagram page.
News surfaced on November 11 that the rapper had died following a health issue he had allegedly been battling with for months.
This action has ignited a mix of criticism and amusement on social media.
@stevezyyyy mocked the stunt stating, “Oladips no still blow 💔💔 Baba run go cut dread 😅”
@_AsiwajuLerry asserted the stunt didn’t yield any good result stating, “The only reason I’m not mad at this fake death stunt Oladips pulled is only because the album is worth it.”
The death of Oladips has, however, become contentious with social media reports saying he is still alive.
Meanwhile, VAM News reported fans of the late Nigerian rapper, Oladipupo Olabode Oladimeji, popularly known as Oladips doubted his death, grappling unto a recent post as a beacon of hope.
This is coming after the management of the late rapper released an album he was working on before he died. The album titled Superhero Adugbo release was announced in an Instagram post on Thursday with photos of the deceased as the album cover. The post read:
“#SuperheroAdugbo Album out now.”
The album contains 17 tracks including a collaboration with music artiste, Trod.
This made many of Oladips’ fans to doubt if he has truly passed away with the way his album was still released as planned, prior his ‘death’.