Odumodublvck, a Nigerian hip-hop artist, revealed how Wizkid’s support became a divine sign of his future stardom.
During the Body & Soul podcast hosted by Joeboy, the ‘Declan Rice’ singer revealed that after undergoing a major surgery in 2022 and being discharged from the hospital, he received a call from friends informing him that Wizkid had co-signed his song ‘Picanto’ featuring Zlatan Ibile.
According to Odumodublvck, Wizkid sharing his song on social media served as a divine signal from God, affirming his future success.
He expressed, “You can hear the way I’m talking? It’s not because of these grills, it’s because I underwent surgery. I almost died, but God has kept me here. And after God saved me, everything that followed was not surprising.”
Recalling his challenging recovery, Odumodublvck mentioned consuming baby food for two weeks and having sixteen stitches in his mouth. Remarkably, the day Wizkid posted his song was the same day he was discharged from the hospital.
He recounted, “I woke up in the morning and saw a message at 7 am. It was from Machala (Wizkid). I checked my Instagram, and everyone was sending me notifications that Wizkid had posted ‘Picanto.’
That was the moment God used to tell me, ‘I’m with you.’ From that point forward, everything that will happen in my life will surpass what eyes have seen and ears have heard.”