The rapper today took to his Instagram page to express his grievances following several botched attempts to do a song together.
M.I. had last week claimed on the Loose Talk Podcast that he was always willing to work with everybody.
“I am the guy who wants to rap with everybody.” He said.
Apparently, M.I. was supposed to appear on “King Kong Remix”, but it did not happen.
Citing M.I.’s comment on the podcast, Vector took the opportunity to publicly cajole him to do a song together.
@mi_abaga you na bad guy sha…lol. 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… hehe. 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
Meanwhile, M.I. replied to Vector’s Instagram post indignantly. He said Vector ought to reach out to him in the “DMs” instead putting it out in public.
M.I. has apologised for the miscommunication that may have happened as a result of the podcast.
He said he did not mean his statement as any slight to Vector’s personality.
The Choc City boss said that the lack of collaboration between the two “didn’t just happen” that it was not because of anything else.
He reiterated his respect for Vector’s talent while noting indeed they had come close to working with each other before.