Nigerians have taken to the micro-blogging site, Twitter to air their opinions on the new single released by rapper Olamide titled “Poverty Die“.
Concise News had reported earlier that the YBNL record label boss and frontline act explored another career option in the video of the new single.
The animated video, which was released on Thursday, saw the rapper dressed as a prophet with a bell in his hand.
The song was produced by Pheelz and its all about rejecting poverty and all that it represents.
Moments after the song and the video was released, Nigerians took to the social media to react to the song, with many turning it into a prayer point.
Concise News captured some of the reactions below…
I no well I get money sickness
Poverty DIE!!!!!! DIE!!!! pic.twitter.com/IuAkv3z7Oy
— Lameda 💪 💪 (@adeyemohammed45) November 29, 2018
Have you heard it? 👇👇👇
Is this going to be our Street Anthem for December???
Cause Poverty must Die!!!!! @olamide_YBNL drops new music and it's one alot of people can relate to. We already love the song 💃💃💃
— Gusto Entertainment (@GustoEntNG) November 29, 2018
— PamAirpods (@thepamilerin) November 29, 2018
Me singing Poverty die
— Osinachi Ako Atulomah (@AtulomahGreat) November 29, 2018
Poverty die by @olamide_YBNL is A Jammmmm
— Ayobami Atayero (@AtayeroAyobami) November 29, 2018
@olamide_YBNL just released a song that matches with what we all profess in our everyday life. It's a lowkey prophetic song 😂🚀. Everybody knows this is what we all need right now with the hardship in Nigeria. Say no to poverty, #PovertyDie https://t.co/VM5IeRd4M1
— GEEZY👌 (@geezythedaddy_) November 29, 2018
Poverty die by @olamide_YBNL
The next street anthem, the jam talking to a lot of people who made it from the street.
RAGS TO RICHES.
— Engr Haroun Mustapha (@harmus14) November 29, 2018
— Mufti (@Mufti61536177) November 29, 2018
When i wake up no be by my power o
— phenomenal 🅿Adam🅰 (@Adam16138635) November 29, 2018
I won't surprise when i hear choirs singing '' Poverty Die'' inside church and worship grounds
— Enekem 💎 (@EnekemGreg) November 29, 2018
When i wake up, no be by my power oo
Oluwa lo kuku so wa oo
I go down on my knees and thank God oo
Poverty Die die die die, Poverty die die die
And I step into the street for my paper
I dey hustle make the poverty le japa oo
Ki Oriburuku ma lo ya ile wa o@olamide_YBNL
— Aunty Imma (@immaculate_eno) November 29, 2018