“Tika Bodi” Or “Thicker Body”? This Is What Olamide Has To Say


The Street Song of the moment “WO” by the YBNL General HimSelf “Olamide Adedeji” continously bangs every club and street around the country. The Sick beat produced by young John the wicked producer is irresistible by the body as we all want to dig it when it’s being played, However there’s a controversy surrounding a particular line in the Chorus section of the song which many take to be “Awon Omo Tika Bodi” which means “people who deep hands in the Anus/vaginas”, But this has been Quickly debunked By Baba Miliano to be” Awon Omo Thicker Body” Which Means “Girls with Thicker Body” in an Instagram post in which he wished popular nollywood actress ‘Eniola Badmus’ a Happy Birthday.

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