Songs like Zazu is stopping Olamide from being a legend – Nigerian man

Songs like Zazu is stopping Olamide from being a legend – Nigerian man

A man has taken to social media to share his thoughts on why ace rapper, Olamide is not being internationally celebrated like his colleagues, Wizkid and Burna Boy.

The man with Twitter username @Hardmike01 opined that the rap artiste is yet to attain legendary status; attributing this to the fact that Olamide is still singing street-level songs.

According to him, tracks like Portable’s ‘Zazuu Zeh’ is one of the reasons the multi-award winning artiste is yet to become a legend in the game.

Also Read: Olamide replies fan who asked him for car, fans react

He wrote: “Songs like Zazu is stopping Olamide from being a Legend.

In other news, popular reality star, Cross Okonkwo and his cousin, Cheta, have come under fire following their gift of shoes to a dispatch rider.

In a video making rounds on social media; Cross and his cousin felt discomforted about the rider’s worn-out shoes; thus, they decided to gift him a couple of new shoes.

However, the action was condemned by social media users; many of who faulted the reality star for recording such event and sharing on social media.

Meanwhile, Hazel Onou, popularly known as WhiteMoney; the winner of the BBNAIJA Shine Ya Eye, has announced on his social media page that he intends to visit Ojuelegba.

The visit is scheduled for January 28, 2022.

Recall that White Money had, during his stay in the house, recounted his days sleeping under the bridge; whilst going about his daily activities.

Being a big celebrity now, the reality star has remembered a place that was vital to his personal growth.

Specifically, the reality star disclosed that he will be visiting the area to catch up with some old friends.

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Kingsley Alaribe is a Digital Marketer with 1stNews, and writes the weekly column, Strangers and Lovers. He is also a Data Scientist. Email: [email protected]

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