“Everything Gucci” crooner Yung6ix, who gladly accepted Nigeria’s rap GOAT (Greatest Of All Time) tag last year, has lashed out at some rappers who apparently used some of his rap lines during a cipher.
The cipher is titled “L.A.M.B “Martel Cypher 2019” and was released by M.I. Abaga’s Chocolate City.
Apparently Yung6ix, who Krizbeatz and Ceeboi had featured on “Put It” alongside Tanzania’s Rayvanny, became aware of the video of other rappers (alleged to include M.I. Abaga) using his lines when someone share it with him.
He took to Twitter thereafter to lambaste the rappers, calling them “jokers.” His tweet reads: “So someone sent me a video of four rappers recycling my lines and then tagged that shit a cypher. You’ll jokers ”
However, in a subsequent tweet, it was obvious Yung6ix, who had released “I Pray” (featuring Oritse Femi) last year, and who Black Beatz had featured on “Better Days,” who never have criticized the rappers if they had given him credit.
“Apparently everyone did,these kids are jokers bruh, It would have been an honorable moment for me if they gave credits. You don’t need to steal my shit to get my audience when you can acknowledge it and get ur verse endorsed by the owner of the lines,” Yung6ix had responded to a fan who said he heard some of Yung6ix’s lines at the cipher.
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