Nigerian legendary singer, Innocent Idibia better known as 2baba or 2face has sent a message to Odumodublvck and others following assault in LASU.
Taking to his Instagram story, 2baba applauded them for their bravery and courage to flee during the incident.
The singer noted how many were mocking the singer from fleeing for the scene.
According to 2baba, sometimes running from situations that one can’t control isn’t cowardness but wisdom and bravery.
He further noted how many of the cultists don’t have anything to lose, unlike the artists.
“I see some people dey yab artists because e run from uncontrollable situation.
Sometimes to run from some situations, you don’t have control of, isn’t cowardness but wisdom and bravery.
Some of them don’t have anything to lose, but you have something to lose.
It’s bravery to always use wisdom”.
Bella Shmurda assaulted and rapper, Odumodublvck chased by cultists in LASU
Kemi Filani reported on Friday that it was a bitter-sweet experience for Nigerian street singer, Bella Shmurda and rapper, Odumodublvck following their bitter encounter in LASU.
The entertainers had shown their support at dancer, Poco Lee’s show at Lagos State University, LASU on Thursday evening.
Unfortunately for them, they ended up being harassed by alleged cultists in the school. Midway into the concert, Bella Shmurda was beaten to a pulp at the University’s main auditorium.
According to reports, while singer Bella Shmurda was reportedly assaulted, Odumodublvck was chased by cultists.
Videos that made rounds captured the moment Odumodublvck took to his heels at the University’s ground.
Another video showed Bella Shmurda being escorted out of the school by security.
It was gathered that the concert was going well until suspected cultists stormed the event to wreck havoc. Their reasons remain unknown.
Reports had it that several people were attacked and beaten, while others including rapper Odumodublvck took to their heels.
Further reports gathered that several artists and dancers fled the venue immediately after their performances, while others failed to show up for fear of being beaten.
An eyewitness at the event had a different story to tell about the incident.
On her Twitter page, the lady identified as Olamide, claimed that the show organizer’s greediness had caused the havoc.
According to her, the show organizers had sold more tickets than the Hall Capacity, which left many students stuck outside.
As a result, the students caused pandemonium at the event.