Popular Nigerian rapper, Vector has disclosed that he made reasonable sums of money from his beef with colleague, MI Abaga.
Vector revealed this in an interview with Sky News.
The beef between the duo was one which held the music industry and the rap genre spellbound as it put fans on the edge of their seats.
Vector and MI both diss each other using songs and it was the talk of the town at the time.
MI realized a diss track for Vector in October 2019, in the same month, Vector hit back with his diss track called Judas the rat.
The two are have now squashed friends after they were put on the same alcoholic brand.
Speaking with Sky News, Vector disclosed how he made money from the beef tracks he released.
“Yes I made money from the beef tracks I did for MI. The records sold. There seems to be a ‘sweetness’ that comes with beef records.
So they were streamed a lot. We trended at number 2 in the US, both verses trended at number one on, Genius, the lyrics website. Which means that Nigerians can write what the whole world can read and understand and we will trend. So yes, there was that,” he said.