Why Super Eagles Lost AFCON 2023 – OdumoduBlvck (Video)

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OdumoduBlvck, a popular rapper, has explained why Nigeria’s Super Eagles lost the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations, or AFCON, to Ivory Coast.

During a recent event, the rapper revealed his conviction that Nigeria’s loss of the AFCON championship was not predetermined. He fully believes in the concept of ‘Que Sera Sera’, implying that fate was not on the Giants of Africa’s side.

OdumoduBlvck mentioned Ivorian and Dortmund star Sebastian Haller, who played an important role in Ivory Coast’s participation in the AFCON 2023 competition.

He added that the entire competition seems designed to remember and praise Haller, who battled testicular cancer in 2022 before returning to professional football in January 2023.

Haller scored the winning goal for Ivory Coast in the AFCON 2023 final against Nigeria, sealing the country’s third AFCON championship.

OdumoduBlvck sees this occurrence as a sign of fate and a method for the cosmos to honor Sebastian Haller’s victory against cancer.

“The reason Nigeria lost the cup is because we were never meant to win it. There’s a player called Sebastine Haller for Ivory Coast, he suffered testicular cancer, he played nothing in that match but he was the one that scored the winning goal,” he said in part.

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In other news, Nigerian rapper Odumodublvck, also known as Tochukwu Ojogwu, has narrated how his father tragically passed away because they were poor.

He claimed that the reason he lost his father was because his family was unable to pay N70,000 for a hospital bed.

He said that because of their poverty at the time, they had to bring his father home to die.

The vocalist of “Declan Rice” expressed his strong belief that no musician paved the route for his musical achievement because of his difficult experience.

Although no musician had opened the path for him, he acknowledged that previous rappers had influenced him.

On Wednesday, Odumodublvck wrote on his X handle:

“When my father died my family was poor. We could not pay hospital bed space of 70k [N70,000]. We had to take him home.
“Coming to tell me about paving the way for me? That’s God, brother. No use your ego counter reason my reality, bros.
“I agree say you inspire me. But bros, you pave the way for nobody. Nobody!
“I hate when n*ggas try to play God.”
His outburst comes a few days after legendary singer Eedris Abdulkareem asserted in a podcast interview that he helped to establish the path for contemporary Nigerian musicians like Davido, Burna Boy, Wizkid, and others.
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