Popular Nigerian rapper, Yung6ix, today called out veteran rapper M.I Abaga, accusing the latter of failing to support his career despite featuring in one of his songs, Grammy Money, in 2007.
According to him, M.I refused push the song they made together, as he did not post or repost the record on social media or even agree to appear in the video.
The rapper made this comment on his Twitter handle, @yung6ix while reacting to a radio programme that shared a song he featured MI Abaga.
“D record MI refused to support even though he was on it, chairman didn’t post or repost or agree to come for video.
He didn’t also post my album, which he was a part of. Yes, its true idols turn rivals. Still like your old songs but I’ve lost every symptom of respect I have 4 U,” he tweeted.
Yung6ix has collaborated with MI Abaga three times in his career. First was on MI’s Illegal Music 2 project on the record ‘Export’.
Yung6ix began to attract media attention after his cover version of “Oleku” went viral on the internet.
The Warri-born star featured MI on ‘Picking Things’ his second single in his album `6ix O Clock’ and ‘Grammy Money’ in his second album ‘High Star’.