“How I almost lost my life, got 16 stitches days before getting famous” – Rapper, Odumodublvck recalls

Fast-rising Nigerian rapper, Tochukwu Ojogwu, popularly known as Odumodublvck, has recollected how he almost lost his life a few days before he became famous.

Odumodublvck made the revelation while speaking on the latest episode of popular singer, Joeboy’s Body & Soul podcast.

The Rapper stated that he almost died following an accident which led to a major surgery, with about 16 stitches in his mouth alone. Odumodublvck also revealed that it still affects the way he talks but it doesn’t matter because the day Grammy award-winning singer, Wizkid posted his song Picanto, was the day he was discharged from the hospital.

The ‘Declan Rice’ crooner said that morning, he woke up to many messages including Wizkid’s, and he knew God kept him alive for a reason. In his words:



“You can hear the way I’m talking? It’s not because of these [teeth] grills, it’s because I did one operation [surgery]. I almost died but God kept me here right now. And the fact that God saved me, everything that was happening after that was not surprising.


“Ask my guys, I was eating baby food for two weeks. Apart from that, there were like sixteen stitches in my mouth, bro. The day Wizkid posted my stuff was the day I was being discharged from hospital.

“I woke up in the morning, I saw a message at 7 am, I saw Machala…And I checked my Instagram, everybody was sending me that Wizkid posted ‘Picanto’. And that was like, the first thing that God used to tell me that, yo, I’m with you, everything that is going to be happening from here onwards, it’s going to be more than what eyes have seen, ears have heard.”



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