Olanrewaju Ogunmefun, rapper and songwriter better known as Vector Tha Viper, has put out ‘Judas The Rat’, a new retaliatory song addressed to MI Abaga, another rapper and record label boss.

Vector, 35, has been in a rap war with the former CEO of Chocolate City, a feud that has seen them both put out diss tracks and strategically tackle each other with their artistic strides.

On Friday, Vector’s new release came through in a manner that saw him accuse and taunt Abaga for playing down on a brother (Jesse Jags), and thereafter “evicting” and making him move from Lagos to Ondo and then to Port Harcourt.

The rapper also boasted of having helped more artistes with his platform as a renowned musician without initiating record deals or charging fees, unlike Abaga who, according to him, “flosses like a chairman in Lagos” while only “scratching on the surface.”

“See, I don’t know about you but I’m the only number one. Jesse Jags, you’re my buddy. I couldn’t do this in a hurry. But the truth about your brother is blurry. In this sermon, I’ll say some uncomfortable facts to show his fans their goat is really a rat,” vector can be heard venting.

“[Abaga,] Let’s start the lecture with the brace yourself. I know if you encountered you, you’ll hate yourself. Who are the rappers that I put on? Many more plus two out of your three and I didn’t sign anything. I did it all for free since you were scratching on the surface like your DJ Lambo. How about the guns I brought to help one become Rambo.

“I don’t do politics music leaving people suffering behind. You call yourself a teacher but your students fail real life. Your brother was such a gift, you rapped away from real light. I mean, you claim to help people who are struggling to make it. Mmm, well Jesse is struggling.

“Your brother went from Lagos to Ondo then to Jos. Choc City went down from all that fuckboy antics. The last I checked, Jesse was in a Choc Boy mansion. But since your Big Brother evicting him is part of the game. You didn’t care about your father, the one you both share his name. And now you tryna be my father, that’s what he said.”

Listen to the song below:

Vector had earlier made a mockery of the Abaga’s brief height in his ‘Tetracycling’ diss — a move which prompted MI to announce his ‘No Snakes Tour’, put out a counter-diss track ‘The Viper’ and pulled the stunt of trampling on snakes during a BBNaija live performance.

The rapper would be joining forces with Davido, Afrobeats singer, in a forthcoming collaborative single entitled ‘Comfort’.



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