Nigerian Rapper Oladips passes away at age 28 after battling undisclosed illness.
Oladips was a person. Real name, age, and everything about the rapper—a 28-year-old Nigerian celebrity—died.
Oladips, popularly known as Oladipupo Olabode Oladimeji, was a well-known rapper who recently passed away at the age of 28. It was said that he was battling an unidentified sickness, which ultimately caused his death.
Oladimeji’s death was also verified by his management, who posted a message on Instagram stating that he passed away at 10:14 p.m. at 14 November 2023. It went on to say:
“He has been holding his fights inside for more than two years. His body is currently with his family, and funeral arrangements will be publicized as soon as it is complete. The family has asked that we maintain their privacy at this difficult time.
God grant us all the strength to endure this significant loss. And amen.
The announcement of Oladips’ passing comes nearly two months after the passing of another Nigerian rapper, MohBad. The BBC reports that MohBad was accidentally injected by a nurse assistant called Feyisayo Ogendengbe, however the reason of his. Death is still being looked into.
Over the years, Oladips pursued a prosperous career as a rapper.
Legit.ng states that Oladips was born in Ogun State on March 24, 1995. As previously stated, Oladipupo Olabode Oladimeji is his real name. Oladips attended the University of Jos, Plateau, presumably pursuing his economics degree.
At the age of 17, he began rapping and entered the “King is Here” competition, winning it. He started working with the Nigerian record label Edge Records and kept putting out new music.
Popular hip-hop figures recognized his talent, and he immediately began to play at various events. His plan was to join the Olamides YBNL, but it was thwarted by the fact that Chinko Ekun shared nearly the same rhyming style as him and the record label.
Artists like D’banj, Lord of Ajasa, 2Baba, and others had a big influence on Oladips.