Nigerian Lyricist and President Of Chocolate City MI Abaga, has come under harsh criticism from Nigerian both home and abroad for his tweet on WizKid.

Nigerian Lyricist and President Of Chocolate City MI Abaga, has come under harsh criticism from Nigerian both home and abroad for his tweet on WizKid.

Nigerian Lyricist and President Of Chocolate City MI Abaga, has come under harsh criticism from Nigerian both home and abroad for his tweet on WizKid.


A few days ago, photographs of Wizkid chilling on a couch with United State International rapper, Niki Minaj, surfaced and later seen in together in the studio went viral, and Jude Abaga popularly known as MI, who allowed, Wizkid to jump on his first studio album was obviously impressed with the exploits of his junior colleague on the international stage and he took to social media to express his joy in these words "We actually don't deserve @wizkidayo".

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However, fans did not find the statement appropriate and have not spared the rapper with a certain fan, BaseOnWhoIBe, telling the rapper to get his act together and sign all the act he promised to sign and stop creating unnecessary familiarity with the young sensation “Go and sign all the artistes you promised to sign any time you go shows oga and stop famzing.”

While a certain, Mr. Segun Hassan, called out on MI for not bothering to talk about poor lyrics that have become the hall mark of Nigerian arties “Funny how y'all never tweeted about how the fans deserve better songs from y'all other than the lyrical gibberish y'all have been feeding us”

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While another fans took I to WizKid, background pointing out that if Nigerians did not support the star he would still been in poverty with his family “We deserve him big time.

Without the support Nigerians gave him baba will still be jumping from one maruwa to another in Ojuelegba.

Though a couple of fans understood MI and rose to his defense as Oladapo Damilola wrote “People just getting M.I wrong please make unah read to understand please

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