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Nigerians Reacts As Former YBNL Rapper, Davolee Calls Olamide A ‘Mad Man’

Mixed reactions from fans flood social media as Davolee insults Olamide in a new post.

Former YBNL signee, Davolee has sparked controversy on the social media after he called his former label boss, Olamide, a mad man.

Nigerians Reacts As Former YBNL Rapper, Davolee Calls Olamide A 'Mad Man' 1

The outburst happened on Tuesday after @MTV Base West tweeted their #BaseTop5 #YBNLRaised playlist which featured Olamide alongside a couple of past and present YBNL artists.

The playlist featured a bonus track “Festival Bar” from Devolee, amongst other dope songs from Lil Kesh, Chinko Ekun, Adekunle Gold

In a swift reply, Davolee made a tweet to MTV Base informing them not to include his name in anything that has to do with Olamide.

“With all due respect… if yOu want to talk or play a DAVOLEE, just do it.. don’t even attach or disrespect me again. Thanks,” he wrote.

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A fan then reminded Davolee not to forget that the YNBL Boss ‘made him’, and he saying both of them including Olamide are Mad.

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Davolee’s response mixed reactions on Twitter with many music fans condemning him for disrespecting and insulting Olamide, and for being ungrateful.

 

This is coming just three months after another former YNBL signee, Temmie Ovwasa popularly known as YBNL Princess, called out Olamide on social media, accusing him of destroying her music career for five years.

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