Olamide attacked in Germany for performing for just 20 minutes at his concert (See video)


Nigerian Indigenous rapper, Olamide, was dragged into a near fight incident by an aggrieved lady who wasn’t pleased with the way his concert in Germany turned out.

The lady stormed Olamide’s hotel room in Germany to express her feelings, calling her coward for performing for just 20minutes at his concert. She was however stopped from going further by Olamide’s bodyguards, and the tour promoters who tried to salvage the incident.

Here’s the video below;

Few weeks ago, Rapper Olamide Adedeji announced that he will be embarking on a performance tour in Europe this February. Tagged ‘Culture Europe Tour’, the tour will take place from February 2 to March 10.

The YBNL head honcho is expected to perform in 14 cities.

“#CultureEuropeTour. Time to take the wobey sound x and shaku shaku around,” he wrote on Instagram.

Olamide will perform in Norway, Belgium, and Turkey. In Italy, he will hold shows in Torino, Palermo, Modena, and Rome. Austria, Spain, Germany, Finland, and Cyprus are some of the other European cities he will tour.

YBNL (Yahoo Boy No Laptop) is one of the biggest record label in Nigeria owned by music-man Olamide. He Started off with coded tunes, and after a few hits he moved on to start his own record label.

YBNL is one the famous record label in Nigeria that take pride in nurturing young and rather unknown artistes, from nothing to becoming a superstars.

As a street kid from the stronghold of bariga, YBNL boss, Olamide understands what it means to be talented and the struggle inherent in the process of showcasing the talent to the world.

On discovery of these rather young talents on the verge of wasting away on the street, YBNL gave Lil kesh, Viktoh, Chinko Ekun and Adekunle Gold the platform to showcase what they’ve got to the world and of course they enjoyed the acceptance and recognition which in turn gave their career a massive turn-around.

Upon the expiration of their contracts, these artistes parted ways with their record label of origin last year without any beef whatsoever.

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