Nigerian hip-hop artist Olamide Gbenga Adedeji, known professionally as Olamide, has sparked reactions online after saying making money is not his goal.
Undoubtedly money is an essential tool to achieving goals, realizing dreams, and making day-to-day living more accessible, but Olamide seemed different about it.
In a post shared on Instagram, Olamide said his goal isn’t money but to spend days however he wishes, and many netizens disagree with him.
Many netizens said Olamide is wrong about the statement noting that an individual needs money to achieve a goal. In contrast, others said people should not listen to his quote because he has made money already.
For me the goal isn’t money, for me, the goal is to spend days however I wish.
ozoroblog wrote: The beauty of being wealthy; Freedom!!!
ayo._aderemi wrote: Bruh you got the money already
phyliix wrote: You need money to achieve that bruh
sylvester_christabel wrote: If you like listen to him, na you know. Baddo don make money already
the rapper revealed most people’s impression of love and how it has been painted to be found in other people but ourselves is a shameful act. In his opinion, growing love for yourself is a top priority before loving others.
Kemi Filani News recalls Olamide revealed most people’s impression of love and how it has been painted to be found in other people but ourselves is a shameful act.
In his opinion, growing love for yourself is a top priority before loving others.
He said: “What a shame it truly is— that some of us have lived our entire lives under the impression that the love we have been searching for was to be found, first and foremost, in anyone but ourselves.”
However, a follower who had thought the post sounded like a heartbreak note responded to Olamide, stating that they had served him breakfast.
Na breakfast quote be this ,them don serve baba hot breakfast, the follower wrote.
In response to the follower’s comment, he bragged that no one can break the heart of a heart breaker, adding that no one plays with an offspring of a snake.
Olamide said: Ki lo fin shere bi omo snake yii? I break hearts for a living.