‘My father died because we couldn’t pay for N70,000 hospital bed space’ – Odumodublvck

The Nigerian rapper Tochukwu Ojogwu, better known by his stage name Odumodublvck, has shared tales of his early career as a struggling artist, including the time he lost his father due to his family’s inability to pay N70,000 for a hospital bed.

He claimed that because of their poverty at the time, they had to bring his father home to die.

The vocalist of “Declan Rice” expressed his strong belief that no musician paved the route for his musical achievement because of his difficult experience.

Although no artist had opened the path for him, he acknowledged that other rappers had inspired him.

On his X handle on Wednesday, Odumodublvck wrote: “When my father died my family was poor. We could not pay hospital bed space of 70k [N70,000]. We had to take him home.

“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.”

His outburst comes a few days after veteran singer Eedris Abdulkareem asserted in a podcast interview that he helped to establish the path for contemporary Nigerian musicians like Davido, Burna Boy, Wizkid, and others.

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