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The meaning of the word “Ololo” as used by Stonebwoy in his new song featuring Teni

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Stonebwoy is out with a new jam titled “Ololo” and it features Nigerian songstress Teni.

The song after its release is already topping charts. Music lovers are also giving good reviews about it.

Well, in the song, Stonebwoy kept singing a word: “Ololo Ololo wo lolo…”

A fan sent a message to Celebrities Buzz asking us if we know the meaning.

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We tried to do a few research and we’ve come across some useful information.

Ololo is a Nigerian name. “It means precious jewel. It is a name given to a beautiful child.”

But when we come to Ghana, Ololo in Ewe language means “they have melt”. It could also mean “they’re fat”.

But in the context in which Stonebwoy is using it means that ‘his enemies have melt”.

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He confirmed this himself in a tweet. See below:

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