Nigerian rapper, Vector has confessed that his long-drawn beef with rapper, MI Abaga sold them records.
Recall that in 2019, the longtime rivals released a slew of diss tracks at each other.
Well, they have now settled their differences.
Speaking at a news conference to promote his new album, Vector revealed how an alcoholic brand stepped into their beef, and they made money out of it.
“Did we make money with the beef tracks? Yes, the records sold. Yes, there comes a special demand for beef tracks by the fans.
Our songs were streamed a lot; I mean, we trended at number one in the US. both beef tracks trended at number on the Genuis.com”
Going further, Vector revealed that he and MI Abaga will be going on a world tour around the world to also pass a message across to other artists that beefs don’t have to go beyond music.
He also revealed that the yet-to-be-released album, T.E.S.L.I.M, meaning The Energy Still Lives In Me, features MI, of which the track will drop on February 26, 2021.