Portable Omolalomi, a prominent street hip-hop rapper, found himself in a heated dispute with fellow artist Seyi Vibez.
This occurred shortly after reports surfaced that Seyi Vibez had reached an impressive milestone of two billion global streams.
Seyi Vibez proudly displayed his achievement by sharing a photo of his plaque on Instagram.
However, Portable Omolalomi was quick to accuse Seyi Vibez of inflating his streaming numbers.
Portable insisted that Seyi Vibez’s music style is limited to a local audience and therefore could not have possibly amassed such a colossal number of streams.
To further support his argument, Portable highlighted the fact that Seyi Vibez struggled to draw a crowd at his European shows.
It seemed contradictory that someone who couldn’t attract a substantial audience in Europe would claim to have reached two billion global streams.
In addition, Portable criticized the decision of the Headies Awards to present Seyi Vibez with the Best Street-Hop Artiste award.
According to Portable, Seyi Vibez was disqualified from the award due to allegations of making threats against the organizers, making the recognition a mistake in Portable’s eyes.
“Are you whining? You’re lying to your career? You go Europe dem no fit mime your song; you go London you no fit collect ten shows. Your song con enter billion, who con dey listen to your song? You that is yet to be recognized internationally; with your one style of music. Even those that gave you award, Headies regretted,” he said in part.
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