‘Boss’ doesn’t exist in my dictionary, I’m a leader – Olamide

Legendary rapper and YBNL executive, Olamide Gbenga Adedeji better known simply as Olamide notes that he sees himself more as a leader than a boss.

The singer noted in an interview that the word ‘Boss’ doesn’t exist in his dictionary.

He noted that he sees everyone around him as brothers and sisters rather than workers under him.

Olamide went on to say that he recognizes that the role of a leader is to lead people and ensure their success in life.

His words …

“The word boss doesn’t exist in my dictionary, cause I see everybody around me like brothers. my sisters and all that it is not about me being a boss but a leader, the role of a leader is to lead so that other people can move ahead and progress in life.”

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