Popular Nigerian singer, CDQ who featured in an occasion at Harbor Point in Victoria Island region of Lagos, took to Twitter to ask for his pendant which was grabbed amid his execution. CDQ who uncovered that the pendant is worth £4,000, included that it implies a considerable measure to him. As indicated by him, he simply needs it back and the fan will get what he or she needs. In other words, he just gave the person a blank cheque.
He wrote; “Anyone that has my pendant at the show tonight @ Harbour Point, V/I pls I’ll appreciate u to dm me… I’ll appreciate u with whatever u want. Just name it… aside d fact that it worth over 4K pounds, that pendant means a lot to me trust me Thank You fans”
Anyone that has my pendant at the show tonight @ Harbour Point, V/I pls I’ll appreciate u to dm me… I’ll appreciate u with whatever u want. Just name it… aside d fact that it worth over 4K pounds, that pendant means alot to me trust me ? Thank You fans ?❤️
— CDQ (@cdqolowo) December 2, 2018
Sodiq Abubakar Yusuf (born May 6, 1985), popularly known by his stage name CDQ, is a Nigerian indigenous hip-hop rapper and songwriter best known for his single “Nowo E Soke” featuring Wizkid and Masterkraft’s Indomie where he was featured alongside Olamide. While the former is instrumental for launching his career into the Nigerian music industry, the later won him his first career award at the 2016 Nigerian Music Video Awards. Signed to his label No Struggle No Success Entertainment, CDQ’s repertoire of music includes rapping in Yoruba language with addition of ad-libs such as the popular “Woss Wobi” which he invented.