Nigerian rapper, Jude Abaga has cleared the air on his supposed beef with fellow rapper, Vector.
The pair have not been shy to talk about the challenges posed at each other in the public’s eye. And they’ve not been intimidated by each other’s success.
Considering their recent mild drama, one can say they’ve got no beef but and misunderstanding.
The mild drama between the pair started when Abaga, who is popularly known as M.I said on Pulse TV that he’s a rapper who likes to work with everyone.
MI’s statement didn’t sound well for Vector, who appeared to have been holding a grudge on him as he took to Instagram to express his view.
In contradiction to what the Chocolate City boss said, Vector in view maintains that all efforts to have worked with M.I has failed due to ‘his acclaimed busy schedules’.
Vector posted on Instagram; “Firstly, you mailed me a beat sometime ago on some ‘let’s make this dope record happen’ but yeah that was all it was. You were also supposed to be on the #Kingkongremix but yeah we all must have gotten very busy.”
“So let me make this clear… 16 bars is nothing, i’m not the type to involve in fake talks so… yeah… you said and i quote “i am the guy who wants to rap with everybody” ok then, LET’S RAP.”
In a swift response to the post, M.I however took to the comment box to questioned him on why his post wouldn’t have been better should it be a DM.
“This wouldn’t have worked as a DM, why?” M.I asked.
As if that wasn’t enough to maintain peace, M.I took to his page with an open letter addressed primarily to Vector.