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In Olamide's  song 'Science Student', he talks about how some youth in Nigeria abuse drugs, but he does not condemn it outrightly.

This has led to some criticism and a perception that the YBNL boss is promoting drug abuse.

It seems the comments are beginning to get under Badosneh's  skin.

Two days ago, Nollywood film maker and former Edo state governorship aspirant, Don Pedro Obaseki, made a viral video requesting that the song be banned and Olamide be called to order.

Meanwhile,  actress - Lala Akindoju, in an Instagram message said she was worried at the rate musicians promoted drug abuse in their songs.

These are just two examples of what people think about Olamide's first single of 2018.

Olamide, who is obviously trying to start the year controversy-free, has finally spoken via an Instagram post.

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He wrote:

"Since the release of #ScienceStudent, the support has been massive. As you are all sharing, dancing, singing along to this relatable music of mine, I want you all to take some time to reflect on the subject, say no to drug abuse.

"Don’t abuse alcohol. Stop mixing what you don’t know about. Live responsibly and drink responsibly. Don’t aspire the ‘highness state’ but a state of purpose fulfillment and passion discovery.

"Together let’s put an end to drug abuse and save as many lives as possible. The video will be out soon and I can’t wait for you all to see it. #SayNoToDrugAbuse#DrinkResponsibly #ScienceStudent"

In the post he was advocating for an end to drug abuse, but 'Science Student' is still out there, and the song itself does not discourage drug abuse.