“… You’re not even top 5 from Yoruba land. Moda, Baddo, Dagrin, Ycee, and Falz, omo see the queue (CDQ)” was a line from the song recorded my Jude Abaga aka M.I in response to Vector who has been taunting him recently.
Alright, we didn’t see this coming as M.I had acted like he wasn’t going to respond initially.
The beef has officially started with MI responding to Vector in a much-anticipated song, TheViper.
From the gothic photo cover to the lyrics, it is clear that MI’s shot at Vector was not as friendly and peaceful as his perceived olive branch of friendship set out to do.
Only yesterday, October 4, MI took to Vector’s page to congratulate him on his track to which Vector refused to claim the “G” status.
And in another tweet, he accused Vector of always trying to bring him down despite his efforts:
Recall that in the first single (‘You Rappers Should Fix up Your Lives’) of his album, Yxng Dxnzl, released in October 2017, he said,
“None of you rappers is real enough.
Once you blow up now, you switching up.
That’s why these fans are not feeling y’all…”
And it looks like that is what he is doing with this track directed to Vector.
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