Nigerian rapper, Olamide Adedeji has recounted one of the most embarrassing moments in his life.

The rapper revealed that the embarrassing situation emerged prior to his emergence into mainstream prominence.

In a recent interview session with The Nation, Olamide explained what happened many years ago when he was still working under his boss and producer, ID Cabasa.

The Yahoo Boy No Laptop (YBNL) rapper had this to say,

“I was in the studio when this senior artist came in to record a song, and he said he was hungry.

Who else will he send to buy food if not me, who was the youngest in the studio?

The money he gave me was not enough for his meal, so I decided to add my own money.”

He went forward to say,

“I even used my money to pay for transportation.

When I got back to the studio with the food, guess what this guy said to me?

“Cabasa, tell this your boy to give me my change.

If he wants money, he should tell me, and I will give it to him. He should not use a trick to steal my money. I almost got angry, but one look from ID Cabasa calmed me down. Today, the guy is one of my biggest fans, and he is planning to do a song with me.”

Olamide Gbenga Adedeji is a Nigerian rapper, singer, songwriter, and record executive. Widely regarded as one of the biggest and most influential artists in Africa, he has been instrumental to the launching of the careers of several Afrobeats music stars. He records in Yoruba and English.