Only a moron would think of me as a role model – Odumodublvck

Tochukwu Ojogwu, also known as Odumodublvck, a Nigerian rapper, has stated that he is not a role model because he engages in various vices such as fornication, smoking, and drinking alcohol.
The musician claimed that only a moron would think of him as a role model.

This was said by Declan Rice in a recent episode of the Zero Conditions podcast.

The musician begged individuals who criticize him for his lifestyle and social media persona to stop, saying he is not anyone’s role model.

He recommended individuals seeking role models to look to Jesus.

“It is always necessary for celebrities to clapback at trolls,” he remarked. Who said it wasn’t required? Because they exclaim, ‘Oh! You have a brand. You are a celebrity.’

Nobody looks up to me. Jesus is present. Stick with Jesus.

“I procreate, drink, and smoke.” You want to be my role model? You must be a moron.”

Why I Didn’t Work With Davido in 2019 – Odumodublvck
Meanwhile, Odumodublvck has stated that he declined an offer from his team to collaborate with Afrobeats singer Davido.

During a recent CTRL Room interview, the rapper stated.

He claimed that his team wanted him to meet Davido in 2019 in order for him to become renowned, but he refused.

Instead, he said he gravitated toward UK grime musicians whose genre matched his vision.

“In 2019, someone [in my team] suggested we go to Lagos and meet Davido,” Odumodublvck remarked. But I was thinking to myself, “What will Davido do for me?” Even if Davido brings me to America and puts me on stage to rap, his followers will not understand because they are afrobeats fans.’

“However, Teezee, BOJ, and Sholz are the conduits to the UK market.” And those are the closest guys I sound like on a global scale. So why don’t I take that way to go to where I’m going?

I was thinking, I don’t need Davido for anything right now. Allow me to follow others who share my vision. And that’s how we ended up together, and here we are now. Despite all odds, he is the country’s number one. Tell them that they must respect that object. We went to an award show and didn’t even have seats. Hip-hop is hardly respected in Nigeria. They have no regard for us.”

Furthermore, the Declan Rice’ crooner stated that Nigerians do not respect the hip-hop genre or its artists.

Odumodublvck claimed that as a struggling artist, organisers refused to provide him seats at award ceremonies.

He did, however, acknowledge to agreeing with Wizkid’s contentious assertion that “hip-hop is gone,” emphasizing, “I was immensely thrilled about Wizkid’s statement… Hip-hop has died.

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