- Rap star CDQ has taken to his Twitter page with some relationship advice for ladies
- The rapper urged ladies to inspire their lovers with business ideas and give him money instead of always taking
- CDQ’s post generated mixed reactions from his followers on the platform
Indigenous Nigerian rapper CDQ Olowo has gotten his fans and followers on social media talking after he shared some words of advice for ladies as they step into the New Year.
Taking to his official Twitter page, CDQ called on young ladies and stressed the importance of adding value to themselves in 2021.
He warned them against going to hang out with guys and even going as far as offering their bodies for the guy’s satisfaction.
According to the rapper, ladies should instead focus on sharing business ideas with their male partners.
He also added that they should cultivate the habit of giving their men money instead of always being at the receiving end.
CDQ urged ladies to take to his words and see how their male lovers will in turn treat them henceforth.
Check out his tweet below:
Responding to the tweet, one female follower shared her encounter with a male counterpart.
"And one person from that gender has been disturbing me to visit him since last year, wen I asked him why his inviting me he said nothing just to know each oda very well and maybe a kiss, I refused uncle has been insulting me, someone that I used to be d mother of his unborn."
There were also others who hailed the rapper for his words of wisdom.
@cool_kelvin also called on ladies to heed the rapper’s words.
See tweet below:
A female follower also prayed for the rapper.
See her tweet below:
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Some months ago, Legit.ng reported that CDQ took to social media to call out the son of Bola Tinubu, Seyi.
In a series of tweets, the singer accused the politician's son of disrespecting him at Davido's house. CDQ who wasn't specific about what actually went down at OBO's house said he wasn't going to let it slide.
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