“You be fool” – Odumodublvck tells Davido for calling Dele Momodu his boy

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Fast-rising rapper, Odumodublvck throws a jab at the Grammy-nominated artiste, Davido Adeleke for calling his in-law, Dele Momodu ‘my boy.’ It would be recalled in a song released by Falz some years ago titled ‘Bahd Baddo Baddest’, featuring Davido, O.B.O slammed the uncle of his baby mama, Mr Dele.


He referred to the Dele Momodu Ovation founder as ‘his boy’ when they had a beef that lasted for a while. Odumodublvck, in a recent post on the microblogging platform, X recounted the lyrics while emphasizing how impactful it was. He concluded by referring to Davido as a ‘fool’ for making such an in-depth lyrics despite looking so simple.



"You be fool" - Odumodublvck tells Davido for calling Dele Momodu his boy

The statement has since generated a wave of reactions from social media users who regarded it as being rude to his senior colleague. Reactions as Odumodublvck called Davido a fool for calling Dele Momodu his boy Hayce30bg said: “When this one start?? Na my idolo you Dey call Fool. Stop it if na play 🫵🏿.” nosafk penned: “Like play like play you dey call married man with kids a fool. People will disrespect you and use emoji to cover it 🙄.” dotboyswag10 opined: “You dey always talk like say them no train you. You don use mistake blow now na to dey talk anyhow remain.” Dprince_charmin said: “Y’all don’t understand this tweet.. This guy is hailing Davido.. Make una get chills.” Juicceyy noted: “take this statement back or it’ll be used against you in the court of music bants and stanship law esq chambers.” arri_SZN penned: “You see why Wizzy is Always Rated, you can’t try this With Him, Joke or Not.”

Dele Momodu speaks after Gov Adeleke snubbed Ooni of Ife at an event

Dele Momodu speaks after Gov Adeleke snubbed Ooni of Ife at an event

Dele Momodu speaks after Gov Adeleke snubbed Ooni of Ife at an event

Nigerian journalist, tycoon, and politician Dele Momodu has explained the incident that happened between Gov Adeleke and Ooni of Ife Dele Momodu has dispelled rumors that arose about the meeting between Osun State Governor Ademola Adeleke and Ooni of Ife, Oba Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi CFR. The governor and the monarch met at a function in Ondo State. In a brief yet captivating video, Governor Adeleke casually approached the throne. The governor chose to greet other guests at the table instead of shaking hands with the Ooni of Ife when he raised his hand. Dele Momodu speaks after Gov Adeleke snubbed Ooni of Ife at an event Dele Momodu speaks after Gov Adeleke snubbed Ooni of Ife at an event Governor Adeleke, Photo source: Google After watching the video, online users insisted that Adeleke ignored the Ooni. Many people were embarrassed for the monarch as a result of the video, while others came together to support Adeleke’s actions. Dele Momodu addressed the issue on Instagram after noticing the snub rumours were spreading like wildfire. He posted an extensive video that showed the close relationship that developed between the governor and the Ooni of Ife when Gov. Adeleke turned back to shake hands. Dele Momodu shared the video and noted that it is customary for kings to avoid shaking hands with other people.

Dele Alli recounts sexual abuse trauma and time in rehab

Dele Alli recounts sexual abuse trauma and time in rehab

27-year-old Everton player, Dele Alli has revealed that he was sexually abused at the age of six and also spent six weeks in rehab this summer. In an interview with Gary Neville on The Overlap, Dele Alli recalled how the childhood trauma he suffered contributed to the problems he has encountered in recent years, pushing him to rehab. Dele Alli recounts sexual abuse trauma and time in rehabDele Alli at a match for England against Croatia. Source: Getty In a candid and emotional interview, the 27-year-old also revealed he had an addiction to sleeping tablets and disclosed how he spent six weeks in rehab in the USA this summer. Alli said during the interview; “At six I was molested by my mum’s friend, who was at the house a lot. My mum was an alcoholic. “Then I was sent to Africa (to his father) to learn discipline and then I was sent back. (At) seven I started smoking, eight I started dealing drugs. “An older person told me that they wouldn’t stop a kid on a bike, so I rode around with my football, and then underneath I’d have the drugs, that was eight. “Eleven, I was hung off a bridge by a guy from the next estate, a man. “Twelve, I was adopted… I was adopted by an amazing family like I said, I couldn’t have asked for better people to do what they’d done for me. If God created people, it was them.” Dele Alli recounts sexual abuse trauma and time in rehabDele Alli playing for Everton. Source: Getty On receiving treatment for addiction this summer, Alli said; “I got addicted to sleeping tablets and it’s probably not a problem only I have. I think it’s something that’s going around more than people realise in football. “Now is probably the right time to tell people. It’s tough to talk about it as it’s quite recent and something I’ve hid for a long time and I’m scared to talk about. When I came back from Turkey, I came back and found out I needed an operation. “I was in a bad place mentally. I decided to go to a modern rehab facility that deals with addiction and mental health and trauma. I felt it was time for me. You can’t be told to go there, you have to make the decision yourself. “I was in a bad cycle. I was relying on things that were doing me harm. I was waking up every day, winning the fight going into training every day smiling – willing to show I was happy. Inside I was losing the battle and it was time to change. When I was told I needed surgery I could feel the feelings I had when the cycle began. “Everton were amazing and supported me. I will be grateful to them forever. For them to be so honest and understanding I couldn’t ask for anything more during a time I was making the biggest decision of my life – doing something I was scared to do. I’m happy I’ve done it.” Commenting further on his addiction issues, Alli added; “Before when I’d stop, I’d still sometimes have the urge, but I’d maintain [being] sober for a period of time and then there’d always be a time where something would happen, I’d get the feelings back and I’d want to escape. I was taking a lot – I don’t want to talk about numbers, but it was definitely way too much. Dele Alli recounts sexual abuse trauma and time in rehabDele Alli play for Besiktas in Super Lig. Source: Getty “And there were some scary moments. The teams give you them for a reason – to sleep. I wasn’t taking them to sleep, I’d take them throughout the day, sometimes from 11am if I had the day off. I would never take them if I was playing, but I’d start early if I had the day off, just to escape from the reality. “It started with a doctor giving them to me and then it turned into more than that. When you want something, you’ll find a way. At the start, it was one to sleep – and, for most people, that’s fine. You can handle that, that’s all you need. But, for me, it was fixing something else that I didn’t know I could fix. “Don’t get me wrong, I love football. It’s saved my life. I owe everything to football. But it’s not just as easy as everyone thinks it is. Yes, you have money and you can do a lot of things you wouldn’t be able to do without it, but mentally, until you’re in it, I don’t think people will ever understand what it can do to you. “Probably the saddest moment for me was when Jose Mourinho was [Tottenham] manager. I was 24. I remember there was one session – this is when he’d stopped playing me – I was in a bad place and I remember just looking in the mirror. It sounds dramatic, but I was literally staring in the mirror and asking if I could retire now, at 24, doing the thing I love. “For me, that was heart-breaking to even have had that thought. That hurt me and was another thing I had to carry.” Alli was one of English football’s biggest talents, a member of the England team that reached the World Cup semifinals in 2018 after a period when he was a star of Mauricio Pochettino’s young Tottenham side that nearly won the Premier League. However, the attacking midfielder’s career has derailed in recent years. After winning the last of his 37 England caps in 2019, Alli fell out of favour at Tottenham which prompted a transfer to Everton, where he has since struggled to make an impact, spending last season on loan at Besiktas

“Calm down!” — Dele Momodu begs Sophia on her birthday amidst brawl with Davido

Dele Momodu begs Sophia on her birthday amidst brawl with Davido

Notable journalist, Dele Momodu pleads with his niece, Sophia Momodu to take things lightly with Davido amidst the intention to raise their child alone. This comes amidst the public tantrums from Sophia Momodu on how Davido distanced himself following the loss of his son with his wife, Chioma Rowland and their marriage.

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CEO and publisher of Ovation International, Dele Momodu. [email protected] / Instagram As the mother of one marked her birthday, the journalist and writer took to his Instagram page to celebrate her new age while encouraging her to kill the malice with the billionaire singer. Sophia had announced intentions to yank off Adeleke’s last name from their daughter’s name while emphasizing the need to raise Imade alone. In a birthday note from Dele Momodu, he advised the mother of one to keep calm and settle the dispute amicably other than the public drama.

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Davido’s baby mama, Sophia Momodu and their daughter, Imade. Credit: @Delemomoduovation / Instagram “Happy birthday to my darling @thesophiamomodu … As you add one year to your age today, may God almighty continue to grant you favour, grace, peace, wisdom, prosperity and excellent health… Above all, please CALM DOWN… Love you always…,” he wrote. The birthday note has since sparked mixed reactions as social media users unanimously slammed Sophia for doing too much. Reactions trailing Dele Momodu ‘s birthday note to Sophia lady_jay9995 said: “Just love the CALL DOWN part of this message..
It’s hard being a single mum, this I know first hand as am one. And worst is to have a baby daddy that’s capable of providing but choose not to for reasons best known to him.
But I always say, whatever you put out there on the internet remains forever and comes back to hunt you or your child. So whatever we do. Let’s always and always put our kids first and not put them in a situation that will embarrass them in future.
Calm down Love, God made you her mum cause he knows you are strong enough. You are capable.. You will always have abundantly to cater for her. Always” maryboma195_ stated: “Good one sir .. let her calm down ooo .. if Davido no take care of him pikin ..you are up to the task.. Happy birthday 🎂” starkeskate added: “She needs to move on and marry someone. She continues to hurt herself by hoping Davido will marry many wives at a go. But Davido has been taking care until she said Imade can’t go visit her dad without her anymore because of what happened. Moving on is the best advice”

Dele Alake debunks Femi Fani-Kayode’s claim of being appointed Tinubu’s spokesperson

Dele Alake debunks Femi Fani-Kayode's claim of being appointed Tinubu’s spokesperson

Former Lagos commissioner of information and strategy, Dele Alake has debunked the report of being appointed as President Bola Tinubu’s spokesperson. Shortly after the inauguration on Monday, May 29, Femi Fani-Kayode. a former Minister of Aviation who also served in the All Progressives Congress presidential campaign council took to Twitter to congratulate Alake over the now-debunked appointment. 

Dele Alake debunks Femi Fani-Kayode's claim of being appointed Tinubu’s spokesperson

Dele Alake at an APC presidential council meeting. Source: Web He had tweeted; “Congrats to my friend and brother Dele Alake for being appointed as Presidential Spokesman. He will do an excellent job and I am very proud of him”

Dele Alake debunks report of appointment as Tinubu’s spokesperson

Femi Fani-Kayode’s tweet on Alake’s appointment However, Dele Alake, who was the former Director of Strategic Communication of the All Progressives Congress (APC) presidential campaign has said that news of his appointment as Tinubu’s spokesperson is fake. “It was fake news. I’m always surprised when news people failed to recognise fake unsigned stories,” he said.

PDP spokesman, Dele Momodu applauds Labour Party’s turnout in Lagos

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The PDP presidential election spokesman, Dele Momodu applauds the supporters of the Labour Party for their turnout in Lagos as Peter Obi takes lead.

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Following the collation of results released in Lagos State, the LP presidential candidate led with 32,657 votes while results from three local governments in the state are still pending. Addressing the result, Dele Momodu applauded the winning party for the remarkable polls despite not being a member of the party. “Labour Party put up a spectacular display in Lagos and I must salute them even though we are not in the same Party” the PDP spokesman stated. Watch the video below …

Isreal DMW recounts experience with Dele Momodu who accused him of stealing (Video)

Isreal DMW recounts experience with Dele Momodu who accused him of theft (Video)

Isreal DMW recounts experience with Dele Momodu who accused him of theft (Video)

Logistic manager of superstar singer, Isreal DMW, recounts an experience with Dele Momodu, who accused him of stealing a phone.
In 2007, Isreal DMW narrated how he was opportuned to meet the renowned journalist at the party of Aliko Dangote.

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According to the logistic manager in a video shared on Davido‘s Instagram story, he was taken somewhere private for a full search after being accused of phone theft.
Isreal, however, stated that he was handed the sum of two thousand naira with an apology when nothing of such was found on him.

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Recounting the experience, Isreal placed a call to Dele Momodu as he joked about the circumstance of the event.
Watch the video below …

#OLIC4: What Olamide And His Team Has To Say About This Year’s OLIC 4


Lagos and the Nigerian music industry experienced a new dimension to the business, art and act of concerts with Olamide Live In Lagos: The Concert on Sunday 17th December 2017 at the Teslim Balogun Stadium Surulere, Lagos with approximately 15,000 people in attendance.

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