Few moments ago, Popular Nigerian Rapper, Singer and Songwriter, Oladipo Olamide Emmanuel known professionally as Chinko Ekun publicly came out to open up on his alleged beef with Olamide. Recall that they have been rumours making rounds that Chinko has a beef with Olamide and the singer has finally stepped out to address the situation.
During a recent Interview, Chinko revealed that he wonder how people think he will fight with Olamide because he practically gave him a platform to thrive on when nobody else did. He further stressed that he love the fact that he haven't said anything regarding that all these while.
"In his Words"
"Most times I wonder how people think I will fight Olamide. Like how, it always burst my head because he practically gave me a platform on gold and you think I'm going to fight that same person. I think I also love the fear of the unknown, I also like the fact that I'm not coming out to say anything or one thing on that all these while", Chinko Ekun said and it stirred massive reactions from the general public. Click on the link below to watch the video.
Chinko Ekun is currently one of the hottest prospect in the Nigerian Music Industry, he came into prominence some couple of years back after the release of his hit song "Able God" featuring Lil Kesh and Zlatan Ibile and ever since then, he has managed to carve a nitch for himself and also cement his place as one of the most sought after entertainer in the country.
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