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Did Nigerian Rapper M.I Really Say, ” I’m Not a Fan of Nas?”


Interesting article by Osagie Alonge on discussing M.I’s alleged statements made to a fellow artist that he is not a fan of Nas from God knows when. Contrary to that article, insider information is that M.I is allegedly and currently trying to ink a collaboration with Nas.

I suppose time will tell which version of facts are true . . . then again, they could both be true. It is possible that M.I was never a fan and now he is? Can one have a change of mind with these things?

I think M.I should pair with Kendrick Lamar. They look like twins. Sort of the way Usher and P-Square look alike and P-Square has, according to inside sources, been allegedly trying for quite a while to ink a collaboration with the very talented R &B singer.

Read Osagie Alonge’s article on Thenetng here.


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