Why I Reconcile My Differences With M.I – Vector [Video]

Prolific Vector, a Nigerian musician, explains why he and fellow rapper M.I Abaga settled their dispute.

Olanrewaju Ogunmefun, better known by his stage as Vector, discusses why he and fellow rapper M.I Abaga settled their rivalry.

The rapper, who was there to debut his current single ‘License,’ spoke about his battle with M.I, his upcoming album ‘Teslim,’ making the song ‘Early Momo’ with vocalist Good Girl LA, his conscious rap song ‘Crown of Clay,’ and other issues on Beat FM’s ‘Drive Time Show with Gbemi and Segun.’

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During the conversation, the rapper discussed a recent incident involving a young fan who was upset because the rapper refused to give him an autograph. Vector afterwards went to the kid’s house and explained that the whole thing was a misunderstanding.

Vector opened up about his dispute with veteran rapper M.I Abaga, detailing how the feud began and how it was eventually resolved. According to the rapper, Hennessey paid for the conflict to be settled, and he also had to settle because M.I. is one of the ones who can help move the narrative of people becoming more mindful forward.

He also discussed his upcoming album, ‘Teslim,’ which he said would be released this year. The rapper, on the other hand, made it clear.

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