Money Wey You Keep for My Hand: Rapper Olamide Reconsiders, Buys Car for Man Months After Humiliating Him

Money Wey You Keep for My Hand: Rapper Olamide Reconsiders, Buys Car for Man Months After Humiliating Him

  • A young Nigerian man, Odunuga Oluwaseun, has returned to social media with an appreciation post dedicated to rap musician Olamide
  • Months ago, Olamide had lambasted the individual on Twitter after he called on the rapper to purchase a car for him
  • A thankful Oluwaseun returned, letting the world know that the rapper eventually bought the car and preferred to keep things lowkey

Nigerian rap musician, Olamide, has been heartily appreciated by a fellow young man, Odunuga Oluwaseun, on social media.

Some weeks ago, an exchange between Oluwaseun and Olamide had sparked reactions online and made people see the rapper in an unpleasant light.

Olamide buys car for man
Rapper Olamide buys car for man months after humiliating him. Photo: @olamide/ @niyibarca
Source: Twitter

Oluwaseun had taken to the rapper’s comment section seeking his assistance to purchase a car to assist his interest in a cab-hailing service.

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The young man also made sure to add that he intends to make a refund of the money if his request was granted.

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See his tweet below:

However, Olamide appeared to have been thrown off by the guy's request and he responded in a harsh manner that sparked reactions on social media.

See his response below:

Oluwaseun gets a car

Interestingly, several months after the unpleasant exchange, Oluwaseun took many by surprise after coming out to reveal that the rapper eventually made the car purchase possible.

He pointed out that Olamide wanted to keep the entire exchange low-key. Oluwaseun wrote:

"Today am so happy because I be car owner by this post. @Olamide went out of all odds and put smile in my face. You are so special. Plus say na low key you do am. I go post am. I love you more. Thank you Boss @asakemusik manager. YBLN no go fall."

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See a picture of Oluwaseun in his car below:

Social media users react

@raplord_effizy said:

"When people were ranting and bashing Badoo online,I was just smiling coz I knew Baddo go don run the guy something out of social media???? You know how many people Baddo don help wey he no go ever post about???That reply na cruise."

@Oluwalion said:

"Instead for you to say badoo ti gbemi trabaye."

@lekimite said:

"May God continue to bless Olamide, his crew, you and me.. From that very first post back then I knew Olamide will do it.. Olamide Thanks for making it happen."

I was shocked when Olamide replied my tweet

During a brief chat with's Adeyinka Odutuyo, Oluwaseun recalled how he was taken by surprise after the rapper responded to his tweet.

According to him, Olamide's response also got him trending on social media, with family members reaching out to ask about what had happened.

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"Well, my initial reaction to his tweet was like, 'Baddo reply me ke. Ha... Baba see my tweet ooo.' Then I read it and was like, 'na street slang be this'. However, when people started talking about it, I was shocked. My name was everywhere. Family, friends and people that know me kept asking 'what did you do to Olamide?' I will just say I no know ooo. Na cruise we all dey."

Oluwaseun equally mentioned that it was fellow YBNL artiste, Asake Music's manager, Mr Steven, that reached out to him on social media.

"Mr Steve (Asakemusic's manager) had been trying to reach me after the whole thing but I was not checking my Instagram. Olamide himself eventually sent me a DM On Twitter with the screenshot of the Instagram message, saying that I should contact him ( Mr Steve). So I checked and called Steve. He mentioned that he had been trying to reach me but I was not responding. I explained that it was a mistake on my part and told him I lost my phone during the whole time. So we eventually linked up."

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In his initial request, Oluwaseun had promised to make a refund of the cash Olamide agrees to do business with him.

He, however, disclosed that the car was given to him with no strings of repayment attached.

"Na give them give me ooo. In fact, none of them was there when I collect the key. I was called to go home and a beautiful lady came out to meet me and said 'take, drive and go. It is yours now,' with a big smile on her face. The love and acceptance I received from Mr Steve during and before the car was much. I was part of the YBNL family."

Olamide seen vibing to a new track by Portable in video

Meanwhile, reported that controversial singer Portable took to social media to hail YBNL boss and music star Olamide.

This happened as Portable shared a video of Olamide vibing to one of his new songs, which has been trending in the media.

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The video stirred reactions online, as many applauded the YBNL boss for always being supportive of others.


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