The singers’ indirect jabs at one another sparked a frenzy on social media.
The drama began when Seyi Vibez released “Hat-Trick” and “Amdallah,” two brand-new songs.
Soon after that, Zinoleesky took to his Instagram story to ask his followers if he should post a short piece of music while also implying that trouble might ensue.
“Just waking up, what’s happening? My people, should I scatter everywhere? Should I post this snippet? Let me post this snippet”, he wrote.
Although Zinoleesky did not mention any names, and there was no clear indication that his post was directed at Seyi Vibez, it sparked a response from the latter.
Seyi Vibez, in his own Instagram story, threw shade at Zinoleesky, clarifying that he never discouraged any artiste from dropping their music snippets.
He also reiterated his independence and suggested that Zinoleesky should continue releasing music under his record label.
“I didn’t say y’all shouldn’t drop Snippet, I’ve got a lot of songs, no competition. You can even drop for your Record Label. I’m independent,” Seyi Vibez said in the video.
In a new development, Seyi Vibes tagged Zino a label slave and prayed for his enemies never to enjoy happiness.
“If them dey talk about the artiste wey you sabi pass for this kabal, put my name aside label slave. Anybody wey wish me bad soon God go take the person happiness away”, he wrote.
The artistes have both unfollowed each other on Instagram.
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