Vector lied, he didn’t bring me to limelight – AQ in new diss song (Video)

It looks like the beef between M.I Abaga and Vector Tha Viper is not ending anytime soon as another rapper AQ has jumped on the controversy, but this time, taken a swipe at Vector.

AQ yesterday released a diss track aimed at Vector titled “Distractions 2”.

Vector lied, he didn’t bring me to limelight – AQ in new diss song (Video)


The rapper appears to be displeased about Vector’s claim that he brought him on into the industry.

If you recall, Vector had made this claim in #JudasTheRat:

“Who are the rappers that I put on? Many more plus two out of your three. And I didn’t sign anything, I did it all for free.”

Vector had previously worked with AQ. Vector featured AQ, Terry Tha Rapman and X.O. Senavoe on the 2011 song, “Ginja”. In 2012, AQ featured Vector on “Distractions” off his “Make Your Best Rapper Look Stupid EP, that first distraction track turned out to be a diss track at Reminisce.

AQ refuses to accept Vector’s claim. He took to his twitter page to vent:

“I’ve been off this energy for sometime now and I’d have liked it to stay that way.. But there is no way I’d let the narrative that a snake put me on go down in history .. THIS IS NOT A DISS, THIS IS ALL FACTS #Distraction2 #Iknowtoomuch”

“Get all the Social media influencers you want.. Use all the social media tricks in the world.. You can’t hide from the truth… You and I know what’s really going on. Don’t you ever in your life say you put me on, F***ing ingrate”

I did not talk about what happened with your group Badda boiz, I did not talk about a certain female rapper or your yankee trip for the mavado song and so on.. Go ahead.. Force my hand, you’d get #Distraction2, 3 and 4 at least, I got all month

https://twitter.com/thisisAQ/status/1183714559678439425

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