Bukunmi Oluwashina expresses her sentiment, stating, “In my next life, I just don’t pray to be a Nigerian.”

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Nigerian actress Bukunmi Oluwashina took to social media to express her feelings, saying that she doesn’t want to be Nigerian in her next life.

Bukunmi Oluwashina stated this while reacting to rumors surrounding the death of rapper Oladips.

Recall that speculation has been circulating that Oladips is alive.

Reacting to these numerous stories of the rapper still being alive, one of Oladips’s close allies, Rilwan Ologolo, stated that Nigerians are too blinded to notice that the videos circulating, claiming the late rapper is still alive, are old videos. He emphasized that Nigerians should stop making things worse for people who are grieving. 

He wrote, “I have being reading comment under this post on instablog, About @oladipsoflife how are you people so blind that you can’t notice this is an old video. Una no get eyes. See his hair.

If he is truly currently this healthy, would he not want to reveal himself on is Page first rather than visiting studio people in a time like this.

Make Una Dey use Una brain Na. Nigerians can like to make things worse for people. They said he is dead, you are sad, them say he no die but truly sick, you are angry. do you want him dead??.”

Reacting to this, Bukunmi Oluwashina expressed her dissatisfaction, noting that in her next life she hopes not to come back as a Nigerian because they’re too impatient and always too quick to jump to conclusions.

She wrote, “In my next life, I just don’t pray to be a Nigerian🤦🏽‍♀️🤦🏽‍♀️ they are always too impatient to see or think.”

See her post below.

Earlier, Naijalegit reported the unfortunate passing of Nigerian rapper Oladipupo Oladimeji, popularly known as Oladips.

The somber announcement of his death was made on his Instagram handle on Wednesday. Oladips was 28 years old at the time of his demise.

According to the report, he passed away the night before (Tuesday) at 10:14 pm. The post conveyed the sorrowful news, revealing that Oladips had been battling personal struggles for over two years, and now his body is with his family.

The family has requested privacy during this challenging time, and prayers for strength to endure the loss have been extended.

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