‘If you want to rap, then let’s rap’ – Vector to M.I Abaga

Posted on September 08 2017 , at 02:06 pm
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  • Vector says M.I never responded to his call to feature on 'King Kong remix'.

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The rave around M.I Abaga‘s recent intense interview on Loose Talk podcast doesn’t seem to be ending anytime soon as it has birthed a new drama.

During the interview, M.I mentioned that he still doesn’t know why him and fellow rapper, Vector, haven’t done any record together, adding that he is the type of guy that wants to rap with everybody.

Well, Vector has just refuted M.I’s claim, stating that he tried to get the Choc City boss on the remix of his 2015 single, ‘King Kong’ but M.I didn’t respond.

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Vector went on to say that he doesn’t involve himself in fake talks so if M.I is willing, then they should both hit the studio and rap.

Now, this could be just the response needed because it will definitely spark conversations around why many heavyweights in the music industry have not collaborated with each other.

M.I is yet to respond to Vector’s claim, though, the only response fans would wish to see is a collaboration.

Think about it for a minute, two rappers on a track, calling each other out on the record and burying the hatchet right on the record as well.

What do you think?

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