- Nigerian rapper, MI Abaga, was recently subjected to serious dragging on Twitter over some of his comments in recent times
- The Anoti crooner stepped on the toes of several Nigerians after he cautioned international star, Akon, not to refer to Wizkid as little bro
- In a new tweet after the whole drama, MI has said it has become clear his fellow celebs do not like him
The Nigerian social media is a funny place such that nobody can shine forever and anybody can be dragged, no matter their level of importance in society.
One of the talented entertainers in the country, MI Abaga, is no stranger to being the subject of attack on social media, particularly on Twitter due to some of his comments that do not sit well with fans.
In a new post shared by the rapper on Twitter, he said it has become clear that his fellow celebrities do not like him.
MI had tweeted about how he was intensely dragged on Twitter just as the year 2020 was about to begin. The rapper was trying to determine if people only came for him or if he has been cancelled.
A fan then replied that he thinks MI’s fellow celebs and artistes do not like him that much and use every opportunity to show it. He then referenced MI’s comments during the AKA xenophobia case as well as his comment about Wizkid and Akon.
To that, MI responded that it is getting clearer that his fellow celebs do not like him but he is all about positive vibes and does not care.
See their exchange below:
Recall that Legit.ng had reported on how music producer, Samklef, had berated MI for saying Akon should not call Wizkid his 'little bro'.
The producer pointed out that he was completely disappointed by the rapper’s take, while noting that Akon is not his mate.
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