Zinoleesky Blames Seyi Vibez For Having An ‘Audio House’ (See More)

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Zinoleesky claims that Seyi Vibez‘s claims of being an independent artist are false, suggesting that Seyi Vibez’s alleged luxury house is nothing more than a facade. As a result, Zinoleesky and Seyi Vibez’s ongoing dispute continues to grow.

Zinoleesky makes the claim that Seyi Vibez lied about being an independent artist in an effort to win over sympathy in a series of Instagram story posts.

He reveals that Seyi Vibez actually signed publishing and distribution agreements with Mr. Eazi’s empawa.

Zinoleesky dismisses Seyi Vibez’s newly acquired luxury home as an “audio house,” implying that it is not a real property.

He asked Seyi Vibez to tell the truth and asked Dvpper Music to give him money in advance to set up his alleged audio house.

“Be factual. You are signed distribrution to Dapper and Published by Mr Eazi at empawa.

“Respect your oga. Tell Dapper to give you advance money to buy interior for your audio house.

“Seyike go back 2 ur normal style.. then come and talk to me.

“Lying about being independent. Dey find pity up and down,” Zinoleesky wrote.

The origin of their beef started when Seyi Vibez dropped two new songs, ‘Hat-Trick’ and ‘Amdallah’, on May 29.

Shortly after, Zinoleesky took to his Instagram story, asking his followers if he should post a music snippet.

“Just waking up, what’s happening? My people, should I scatter everywhere?

“Should I post this snippet? Let me post this snippet.”

Although Zinoleesky did not mention any names, and there is 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, indirectly threw shade at Zinoleesky, clarifying that he never discouraged any artiste from dropping their music snippets.

He further emphasized 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.

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