Zoro, Nigerian Igbo rapper, has featured MI Abaga and Vector in the remix of ‘One on One’, his previously released single, amid the duo’s protracted feud.
Vector, who’s real name is Olanrewaju Ogunmefun, has been slugging it out with Abaga, former CEO of Chocolate City, in a dispute that has seen them both put out diss tracks and strategically tackle each other with their artistic strides.
‘One on One’, which showcases Zoro’s lyrical prowess with Igbo rap lines, sets the stage for the embattled rappers and sees them take turns to air their grievances towards each other — including threats.
While Vector leverages on his lines to taunt Abaga and boast of his own achievements in the music industry, Abaga states that he’s waiting for the right moment to repay the rival rapper for all he had done to him.
“Bible talk say e get friend wey go dey closer than a brother supposed to, wey go give you shoulder when it’s getting colder. That’s who I taught you were but now I see a cobra. I missed the signal like when rain dey block decoder. I swear this isn’t over. I don save for special folder wetin you do me to truly teach you lessons,” Abaga’s lines read.
“Everything you do to me, I go pay you back. So, better get security. Baba God dey forgive but me I no go forget. Some people dey wait until they’re faced with death to pay their debt. But once the game don start, my brother it’s too late to place your bet. I’m waiting for you.
“Everywhere you go, I’m stationed for you. I’m waiting for the perfect time. Can’t wait to take that smile upon your face, replace it for you. So you can take your stories and lies and send to blogs. But the day I catch you, ama send you to God.”
Abaga had announced his ‘No Snakes Tour‘, released a counter-diss track addressed to vector, and pulled a stunt which saw him trample on snakes during his live performance at the 2019 Big Brother Naija reality show after vector had mocked his height in a previous diss track.
In response, Vector put out ‘Judas the Rat‘, where he taunts Abaga for playing down on a brother (Jesse Jagz), and accused him of “evicting” Jagz from Lagos to Ondo and then to Port Harcourt.
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