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“Do not listen to them” – Adekunle Gold advises colleagues over OAU’s invitation to be different from LASU



“Don’t listen to them” – Adekunle Gold warns colleagues as OAU promises to be different from LASU

Popular Nigerian singer, Adekunle Gold, has issued a cautionary message to his colleagues in the music industry, advising them not to accept concert invitations from Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU) in Ile Ife, Osun state.

The official Twitter page of OAU extended an invitation to artists to organize shows at the university, promising a fun and enjoyable experience.

This invitation followed a recent incident at Lagos State University (LASU) where Bella Shmurda and Odumodublvck were reportedly assaulted by suspected cultists during a concert.

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In response to OAU’s invitation, Adekunle Gold accused the university of falsehood and advised his fellow artists not to heed their invitation.

The singer further recalled his own experience at OAU during an event in 2015 when he was allegedly humiliated at his hotel after performing his only song at the time, “Sade.”

OAU wrote; “Bring your Concerts to OAU, we love fun here. Just dobale, singer nice songs and it’s a party mate. #OAUTwitter”

Adekunle Gold replied;

“Don’t listen to them! Fucking Liars.

Poor what?!
I had Just one song out then (SADE), those fuckers knew it! they booked me! I prostrated for the students (No wham). I hyped the crowd up, performed Acapella, Sang the full song (SADE), Entered the crowd, Performed again. came back to the stage did the same thing again!”

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