The celebrated musician has made it clear he had no intention of promoting tobacco use or second hand smoking as the case may be.
Olamide has reacted to the reported ban on his music video 'Wo'.
The Federal Government through his agency the Federal Ministry of Health had banned the video to Olamide' song alongside others.
Many of the rapper's fans did not make much sense of the ban from the reactions gauged.
The YBNL rapper has however spoken on phone with the agency letting them know it was never his intention to violate the Tobacco Control Act and endanger lives.
The agency also confirmed the development on social media.
The rapper has handled the matter as responsibly as he can, which would endear him more to his fans.