“The game is the game, Asake no longer my bestie” – Oxlade

Nigerian singers Ahmed Ololade, aka Asake, and Ikuforiji Olaitan Abdulrahman, better known as Oxlade, were once close friends. Recently, they have sparked speculations of a split.

The two were once inseparable, as seen by online video recordings. There are videos of them freestyling.

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During Oxlade’s recent interview with Rolling Stone, he disclosed that he and Asake “back then” used to roll together and that the latter was one of the first to give him views on his song, which would become an international smash.

Oxlade said in that interview:

“Back then, myself and Asake used to really roll together. He was like “Yo, the song is going to go crazy. It’s going to go crazy.” I was like, “Ehh, every song, everybody says it’s going to go crazy.”

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The statement got many hinging on the fact that the two have become estranged and they weren’t wrong.

Fast forward to a fresh interview with Afrobeats Intelligence, Oxlade finally revealed that he and Asake are no longer best friends.

In Oxlade’s words:

“ Asake used to be my best friend, but…y’know. He’s still my brother o, but…the game is the game.”

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