Artist Aide speaks: Oladips was dead for 3 days before resurrecting

Artist Aide speaks: Oladips was dead for 3 days before resurrecting

                       Artist Aide speaks: Oladips was dead for 3 days before resurrecting

Abdul Rasheed Opeyemi, the aide of Nigerian popular rapper Oladips, has confirmed that the rapper who was reported dead died for three days.

Oladips’ assistant claims that the artist, who was recently declared dead by his management, was actually dead for three days before being resurrected.

On November 14, it was announced that the ‘Chache’ singer had died of a disease he had battled for two years.

“We are saddened to inform the general public that Oladipupo Olabode Oladimeji, aka Oladips, passed away yesterday, November 14, Tuesday evening, at exactly 10:14 pm. We are still in shock as we speak!

“For over two years, he has kept his battles within himself; his body is now with his family. The family asked that we respect their privacy in this trying time. May God give us all the fortitude to bear this great loss. (amen),” read a statement from his management.

During an exclusive interview with Tope Alabi of PUNCH Online on Monday, Abdulrasheed provided additional details regarding the management of the rapper’s record label, Disciples Music. He also revealed that Oladips had been dead for three days before his regeneration.

He said, “I don’t know how to say this. It was a misinterpretation by the manager who has access to Oladips’ page. We all thought he was dead because he was not breathing until the third day when he was revived. By then, the manager had already shared the story.

“Even I could not reach him until the third day.”

Abdulrasheed answered, “He was with his family,” when asked where the rapper had been for the previous three days.

Additionally, Abdulrasheed disclosed that the manager—whose identity he withheld—was subsequently fired by the music group.

“You are speaking with the right person in the label. The manager who shared the story has since been sacked. Oladips will soon address everyone on the issue,” Abdulrasheed added.