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Odumodublvck is my man, he’s made Nigerians to love me – West Ham star, Declan Rice

West Ham star, has said that he is fond of Nigerian rapper, Odumodublvck who dedicated a song to him.

Speaking on his relationship with the Hip Hop act, he noted that the track ‘Declan Rice' named after him has made Nigerians to show him massive love

According to Declan, it has amassed 15 million streams and anywhere he goes to, he and his boys are always listening to the song in the car.

The English midfielder said that when ‘Declan Rice' dropped he was amazed, and it happens to be the fastest streaming song in Nigeria.

He said the song has peaked at number 1 and he finds it heartwarming that people are always singing his name and on social media they bombard his comment section with nice words.

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It may be recalled that Tochukwu Ojogwu better known as Odumodublvck revealed last month that Declan Rice requested his presence at a BBC Sport interview.

The rapper who released a hit song named after the footballer, said he was contacted by the broadcasting company at the instruction of Declan.

Only few weeks ago, the English star shared a video of him vibing to the track ‘Declan Rice' n his Instagram story.

Speaking on what the joint project is about, Odumodu said BBC Sport sent him an email that Rice asked them to invite him to be a part of it.

He attested to the hand of Jesus being involved in the sudden growth of his music career.

The rapper wrote;

BBC SPORT HIT ME UP.

WHAT DID I SAY?

BBC SPORT.

THEY TRYNNA DO AN INTERVIEW WITH DECLAN RICE.

NOT MY BUSINESS RIGHT?

BUT THEY TOLD ME IN THE MAIL THAT DECLAN WANTS ME TO BE A PART OF THE PROJECT.

LOL.

ITS APPARENT. JESUS IS CLEARLY INVOLVED.

DECLAN IS A REAL NIXXA.

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