I’m a leader; the word “boss” doesn’t exist in my vocabulary – Olamide

YBNL executive and legendary rapper Olamide Gbenga Adedeji, best known by his stage as Olamide, says he views himself more as a leader than a boss.

In an interview, the musician said that the word “boss” is not in his dictionary.

He said that instead of viewing those around him as subordinates, he views them as brothers and sisters.

Olamide continued by stating that he understands that a leader’s job is to guide others and make sure they succeed in life.

He said, “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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