Rapper Wale Slams American Fan After Calling Olamide GAY For Wearing $845 Giuseppe Sandals

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American-born Nigerian rapper Wale is currently in Lagos, Nigeria where he attended the traditional celebrity wedding ceremony of Nigerian OAP, Tolu ‘Toolz’ Oniru and Captain Tunde Demuren. After he took a photo with Olamide, he shared it on his Instagram and fans made vulgar comments about Olamide’s attire, especially his $845 Giuseppe sandals, saying they were gay; check out his response on this video.

The MMG rapper also made history when he became the first rapper to open the State of the Union address during President Barack Obama’s final speech at the White House last month.

CORRECTION: Wale was born in the U.S.

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11 Comments

  1. Black Americans believe anyone who does not sound and look ghetto to be gay. If u where well fitted clothing, loafers, fitted shirts you're considered gay in their ignorant reality.

  2. i am really disturbed by the gap between the so called black "americans" and Africans. first of all we are all Africans. I am a Afro Carribean married to a ghanaian. I have taken the time to learn about my African heritage even going as far as getting my DNA done to find out exactly where my ansestry is from by the way im majority Nigerian Yourba big up to my people in Nija. i love all my Africans around the Globe if we could unite how great would that be im tired of being looked down upon for something my ansestors were forced into doing by white supremecy. if i show you love and understanding it should be given back……. oh my people suffer for lack of understanding

  3. i think we (blacks) would ALL greatly benefit in terms of self awareness, personal development, and culturally "IF"……we made our cultures more accessible to one another.

    & @Fatima Sesay, damn you sexy ma…keep up the good work ; )

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