Rapper, Oladips slams Colleague Qdot for declaring he is alive following death announcement


Oladips slams Qdot for rushing to announce that he is alive after death announcement

Nigerian rapper Oladipupo Oladimeji, popularly known as Oladips, has set the record straight, refuting claims that he staged his own death.

Contrary to widespread reports suggesting he orchestrated a death ruse for publicity surrounding his latest album, ‘Superhero Adugbo,’ Oladips clarified that such claims are unfounded.


In contrast to the announcement released by his management on November 15, 2023, stating that the rapper had passed away on Tuesday, November 14, 2023, a surprising turn of events occurred.

Nigerian singer, Qdot and other associates of Oladips took to social media, presenting a contrasting narrative, affirming that Oladips was very much alive and well.

Oladips further addressed the situation by sharing a compelling video confirming his well-being, giving rise to speculations that he might have orchestrated his own demise to generate attention for his upcoming project.


Addressing the rumors on his Instagram story, the rapper pointed fingers at Qdot for the allegations of faking his death. He criticized Qdot for hastily announcing on social media that he was alive “at a time my family was unsure of my situation.”

Expressing his frustration, the rapper lamented that Qdot created a false impression of a conversation between them, emphasizing that they hadn’t spoken throughout this year.

Oladips accused Qdot of chasing clout by announcing that he was still alive.

He wrote: “I know there is cruise, there is clout, and then there is truth…!!! Qdot the reason why you posted ‘My gee is alive’ at a time my family was unsure of my situation is so appalling & uncalled for.

“I dey where I dey struggle with my life you dey post ‘my gee is alive’. Unnecessarily misleading everyone. Made it look like me and you just had a conversation.

“Bro I went through it hard & anything could have happened.  The last time I & you had any conversation was Jan 2nd 2022. I get proof & soon I’ll tell the story in full!!! Cos why una dey always do like this for this industry tori Olorun?”.


He went on to call out a social media user who posted a 2-year-old video of them together as proof that he was alive.

He also accused bloggers of “misleading gullible Nigerians for likes & comments”.

He did not state how Nigerians were misled by bloggers, considering that the news of his death came from his verified social media account and was signed by his management after a video of him writhing in pain while being rushed to hospital was also shared via his account. He has also not claimed that he was hacked.

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See reactions below;

@snehking_001: yenyenyen. the point is his Management shouldn’t have posted that he was dead without proper confirmation.

@iamAbiodunAA: Oladips just dey find pity. He knows a lot of Nigerians are gullible and they will eat it up.

@mr_asiwaju: If I was Qdot I will just post ‘My gee is dead’ make everywhere burst 😂.

@Anarii6: What’s his point exactly?? You were unsure of your health and your management or you posted on your insta story that you were dead. Omo make it make sense.

@YemisiKolaa: This guy should SHUT UP. Your management were the first to post RIP message on your very page. You did not call them out. If you were not dead, why were they quick to post that you were. But you want to drag someone that came out to say you are alive. You faked your death and… Show more.

@SoyoufoundRi: This guy dey mad.. all the talk but he still dey avoid that fact that his management posted on his own personal account.. Lmao.. clout chaser calling others clout chaser.. He really dey catch cruise on top Nigerians head.

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