Unrepentant Olamide defends controversial song ‘Logo Benz’


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Olamide has cleared the air over the controversy surrounding his new collaboration with Lil Kesh titled ‘Logo Benz’

In the song the rappers indirectly endorse some social vices without stating the way out.


 “I dey pray to Jesu, ko wo wole o, If money no enter I go do blood money o…”, Olamide crooned, authenticating the disturbing act of money rituals.

Olamide took to Twitter, saying  the song mirrors the current state of our society.

In his words: “It’s for the 3rd party to have a glimpse into the current state of youths in our society. (Runs girls x runs boys) “ I’m not sure if there’s anything like 2 much awareness, but pardon me if there is. It’s all over the news, it’s always been in movies, don’t box musicians”.



The rappers also lightly approve the use of female undies by cyber-criminals for sacrifice, which has become a devastating trend that has reportedly caused a lot of ladies to lose their sanity and lives.

Art which can be used as a tool to correct societal ills, unfortunately this hasn’t been deployed by the singer.

Logo Benz’ has sparked a myriad of opinions with fans  threatening to boycott the forthcoming Olamide Live In Concert #OLIC as a price for the rapper’s negligence.


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Fans may boycott Olamide’s concert over lyrics of new single, ‘Logo Benz’  



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