Fast-rising rapper Odumodublvck has taken a swipe at Grammy-nominated artist Davido Adeleke for his past reference to Dele Momodu as ‘his boy.’ This verbal jab stems from Davido’s lyrical choice in the song “Bahd Baddo Baddest,” a collaboration with Falz released a few years ago, where he made a pointed remark about his baby mama’s uncle, Dele Momodu.
In the lyrics of the song, Davido referred to Dele Momodu as ‘his boy’ during a period when they had a publicized beef. The rapper, Odumodublvck, recently highlighted this specific lyric in a post on the microblogging platform X, underscoring its impact. He concluded his statement by dubbing Davido a ‘fool’ for crafting lyrics that, despite their seemingly straightforward nature, carried significant depth.
This social media exchange adds a layer to the dynamics of celebrity interactions, shedding light on past conflicts and demonstrating how words uttered in the realm of music can linger and be revisited in the public discourse.
MR DELE NA MY BOY. DELE NA MY BOY. IS ONE OF THE HARDEST LYRIC I HAVE EVER HEARDDDDD. @davido YOU BE FOOOOOL 😂😂😂😂🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥😭😭😭😭. SO SIMPLE BUT HARDDD,”he wrote.
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.”