Vector & Burna Boy Angrily Attack MI Abaga On Twitter For Showing Crediting AKA Over Xenophobic Incident

While doing this, South African rapper, AKA has decided to be insensitive, indirectly showing support to the attacks which has led to criticism by some Nigerian artistes.

During this show of insensitiveness by AKA and the angry pour-out by Nigerian artistes, MI Abaga wanted to show some sort of intelligence by trying to buy some love back for AKA in the heart of Nigerians which got a lot of people really infuriated.

MI wrote, ” I can speak honestly In saying my bro AKA loves Nigeria…taken out of context his tweets can be misinterpreted, however he loves and respects Naija.”

This tweet by MI got vector and Burna Boy really upset and they wasted no time in ‘tearing him apart.’

Vector wrote; “You will not come here and be diplomatic on some dumb shit he said. We know he likes Nigeria enough to come here and play with the people but the same people’s relatives are dying and he can be sarcastic? Sit down.”

Burna followed suit writing; “And @MI_Abaga it’s Fuck @akaworldwide from now on. And if you down with him, it’s Fuck you too. I respect you too much, please Don’t throw my respect out the window cuz I swear you will fly out with it.”

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