Rapper Speed Darlington accuses Olamide of stealing his style, calls him 'copy copy' (photo)

Rapper Speed Darlington accuses Olamide of stealing his style, calls him 'copy copy' (photo)

Controversial rapper Speed Darlington has taken a jibe at sensational Yoruba rapper Olamide, who he claims, copied a fashion trend that was first invented by him.

Speed shared a photo collage on his Instagram page in which he was spotted rocking an outfit comprising of a green lace paired along with a Timbaland boot, which shared a semblance with an outfit recently worn by Olamide at an event.

He accompanied his post with a caption calling out the much loved rapper and noting that he rocked that particular style way back in 2017, before any other person thought of it.

The controversial rap act particularly expressed surprise at how the Woske crooner copied his exact style without making any attempt to switch it up differently.

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Speedy said he finished the trend in 2017 after he completed his first show, adding that he also inspired top American music icon, Sean John Combs popularly known as Diddy.

"You a CC I did it 1st copy copy. I lead, you all follow. Lace on top of Timberland crazy thing is you did exactly the same color if I wanted to copy I do a different color. I finished the trendy 2017 during my first show right after I inspired Diddy." he said.

See his post below:

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier gathered that Olamide attended an event which was graced by the governor of Ogun state, Dapo Abiodun. The music star made sure to teach the governor and his deputy how to make moves to popular dance routine shaku-shaku.

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