‘My Father Died Because We Couldn’t Pay for N70,000 Hospital Bed Space’ – Odumodublvck

Nigerian rapper, Tochukwu Ojogwu, widely known as Odumodublvck, has opened up about the harrowing experience of losing his father due to financial constraints that prevented his family from affording a hospital bed space costing N70,000.

In a candid revelation shared on his social media platform, Odumodublvck reflected on the challenging days when his family struggled financially, leading to the heartbreaking decision to take his father home to pass away.

The “Declan Rice” artist emphasized that his difficult upbringing and personal struggles are the foundation of his belief that no artist directly facilitated his musical success. Despite acknowledging the inspiration he derived from other rappers, he adamantly stated that no one paved the way for him.

Addressing the notion of artists claiming to have paved the way for others, Odumodublvck expressed frustration, asserting that such assertions are akin to playing God and disregarding the harsh realities faced by individuals like himself.

“Coming to tell me about paving the way for me? That’s God, brother. No use your ego counter reason my reality, bros. I agree say you inspire me. But bros, you pave the way for nobody. Nobody! I hate when n*ggas try to play God,” he said.

His remarks follow recent comments made by veteran singer Eedris Abdulkareem during a podcast interview, where he asserted that he paved the way for prominent Nigerian artists such as Wizkid, Burna Boy, and Davido, sparking debates within the music industry about the concept of paving the way for others.

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