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Artiste treks from Delta to Lagos to see Olamide

An up-and-coming Nigerian singer, Oghenetega Erhavwiere whose stage name is Tbaddo, has completed his 29-day-journey on foot from Delta to Lagos state.

The young musician, who hails from Ughelli, departed Delta state on January 12 and he trekked to Lagos so that he could meet his favourite rapper, Olamide Adedeji. Tbaddo who spoke to the press after completing his 29-day trek arrived in Lagos on February 11, 2024.

According to the 27-year-old, his reason for leaving his state in search of Olamide was for him to ‘blow’, because he believed that meeting the rapper would be all he needed to attain a lofty height in the entertainment industry.

Tbaddo trek from Delta to Lagos to see Olamide

Oghenetega believes that a verse from Olamide on an unreleased song titled ‘GuoGuo’ would help him achieve his goal since he prides himself on his musical talent.

He said; “I see that people in Lagos do not value what they have. Look, Olamide is a spiritually bad man, the problem is he only helps Yoruba people if he comes to music. Come close to Olamide very well and look at his eyes tell me what you see.

“Olamide is the only person that can blow me up in the music industry. If Olamide jumps into your song just forget about promotion you did blow be that.”

On how he managed to survive, Tbaddo said he left Delta with limited funds and relied on careful budgeting, supplemented by energy from a bottled drink.

The young artiste who disclosed that he is facing health challenges due to a lack of proper shelter, noted that if Olamide doesn’t grant his wish, it will shatter all his hopes.

He said: “I only had 4500 with me when I left for the journey, Right now, I only have 700 with me here in Lagos.

“Hmmm, I have nothing to do. I better die than face the laughter of the world. Because right now people’s eyes are on me. I know Olamide will not like to tone me down. But if he does we leave the rest for God.”

Tbaddo said that his family members showed little interest in his trek-a-thon, adding that he felt that no one cares for a poor person.

“My family members do not need to worry about my life. Because you know when a man does not have money nobody cares about your life. You no this family people must of them are very bad. You no when I start this trekking journey dey are the one who said you are just killing myself for trekking Olamide we not even one to see you. But one thing I believe in life is God first,” he said.

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