“Vitals Good, Alhamdulliahi”: Video of Oladips in the Hospital Undergoing Medical Checkup Goes Viral

“Vitals Good, Alhamdulliahi”: Video of Oladips in the Hospital Undergoing Medical Checkup Goes Viral

  • Young singer Nigerian Oladips, who was recently declared dead by his management, has finally come out with evidence that he was indeed on the brink of death
  • In a video shared on his page, Oladips was seen at the hospital undergoing a series of medical checks
  • The video comes barely two hours after Oladips slammed Qdot and Destiny Boy for claiming his death announcement was a PR to promote his album
  • Legit.ng spoke to Joshua Asiyanbong, a PR expert, who shared his thoughts about Oladips' false death debacle

Fast-rising Nigerian rapper Oladimeji Oladipupo Olabode, aka Oladips, has finally addressed the allegations surrounding his rumoured death.

Oladips recently went on his page to slam Qdot, Destiny Boy as well as Twitter influencers Mbahdey4you, Daniel Regha, and Kursedman.

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Clips of Oladips in the hospital goes viral
A video of Oladips in the hospital undergoing some medical procedures emerges online. Photo credit: @oladipsoflife
Source: Instagram

In his posts, he called them out for suggesting he faked his own death in a bid to promote his new album, Superhero Omo Adugbo.

He also said while he was struggling for his life, people went around spreading a false narrative about him.

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Oladips shares a video of himself undergoing some medicals

The young rapper, in a bid to prove that he was on the brink of death when his management announced his passing, posted some videos of himself at the hospital.

Unlike his earlier video showing his mum praying for him, he was seen in the new clip at an undisclosed hospital undergoing different medical procedures.

Watch the video of Oladips in the hospital below:

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Reactions trail viral video of Oladips in the hospital

Here are some of the reactions that trailed Oladips' video:


"Dae play. Man is still pretending. Get your sh&t together."


"Ogbeni na only you get problem??"


"Get well soon."


"Get well soon bruh."


"Te Ba Mo Artist To Wa Confused Tio Mo Nkan To Ma Ko! E Bami Play Album Mi Fun Ko la Eti Le Ko Ma Gbo! I Just Wanna Touch Enough Life Through My Music! Emi Ode Kii Shey Egbe Awon Rappers Kon Mo Eni Toh Ma Wusi."


"Get fit soon champ."


"Who notice that women dey laugh?"


"We’re Victorious❤️ Alhamdulillah x1000000. Perfect Recovery My Idolo."


"Quick Recovery Champ."


"Get well soon brotherly."


"You nah my own reality ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️I felt so down when I heard that news ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️am so happy you came back here."

"It was poorly planned and executed" - Joshua Asiyanbong on Oladips' death

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Oladips earlier debunked his rumoured death via his Instagram page.

But in an interview with Legit.ng, Joshua Asiyanbong, a PR expert, argued the announcement of the singer's death was a stunt to promote his projec.

He said:

"I think all of the recent attacks on Qdot and Destiny Boy are wrongly placed. It makes no sense. If anything, it is his management that he should call out for putting out a statement announcing his death. But he hasn't done that, it is obvious it was a conscious effort to push his album. However, the truth is, it was poorly planned and executed."

Reactions as Oladips' album drops two days after his demise

Legit.ng earlier reported how netizens reacted after Oladips' album was released days after his alleged death.

Oladips' death was announced on November 14, 2023. A few days later, his new album Superhero Omo Adugbo was released on all major streaming platforms.

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The new album contained 17 tracks, one of which featured the late Dagrin's brother, TROD.

Source: Legit.ng

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