Onome Onokohwomo, Nigerian rapper better known has Yung6ix, has called out MI Abaga, his colleague in the country’s entertainment industry, saying he did not support his music career.

The gifted rapper took to his Twitter page to vent his anger on the Chocolate City CEO, in reaction to a tweet from a radio station that was playing ‘Grammy Money’, a song he featured MI Abaga.

Yung6ix accused MI of failing to support him even though he was part of the project.

“D record M.I 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,” he wrote.

“Yes it’s true idols turn rivals. Still like your old songs but I’ve lost every symptom of respect I have 4 U.”

Born in 1989, the Warri-born rapper grew to prominence in 2010 with his viral cover version of ‘Oleku’ by Ice Prince and Brymo.

He followed up in September 2011 with ‘Oh My Gosh’, which earned him both ‘Lyricist on the Roll’ and ‘Best Rap Single’ nominations at the 2012 Headies Awards.

The following year, he won an award for the ‘National Act of the Year’ in the Abuja Music and Meritorious Award 2013.



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