Nigerian rapper, MI Abaga may soon be joining the new Ghana-Naija beef started by the ‘big mommas’ in both nations.
The lyrical feud between Big Ivy and Mama Dolarz in the week intensified this week with the former releasing a new track dissing the latter.
Big Ivy, in her freestyle, said she expected Nigeria to present MI Abaga to face off with her when she released Big Momma on Mothers’ Day and not Mama Dolarz.
“Why are you brining Mama Dolarz? Okay, I am forex bureau turning you back into naira. This battle you come call, I go make you vanish like you be camphor.”
Big Ivy’s words seemed to have reached the ears of many Nigerians including MI Abaga himself who seemed stoked to learn about the development.
I hear the queen of rap in Ghana wants smoke…
Well.. I’m the guy
— The Guy (@MI_Abaga) July 28, 2022
In a post on Twitter, he wrote “I hear the queen of rap in Ghana wants smoke…Well… I’m the guy.”
Meanwhile, Mummy Dolarz has heard the new track from Big Ivy replying to her diss and she did not seem too pleased.
The Nigerian woman is readying herself to take another shot.
With the most recent release garnering Ivy more traction, some social media users are wondering if an MI verse will be what saves Dolarz from the jaws of Big Ivy.
The Big Ivy and Mummy Dolarz beef
On Sunday, May 8, CJ Biggerman chose to celebrate his mother in a different and creative way.
So, he made a beat for her while she rapped about all the things she’s done as a mother while proffering advice to some young women on the song called Big Momma.
Months later, some Nigerians felt Ghana could not display such creativity without being challenged, so they called on their mothers to reply Big Ivy.
When Nigeria’s Mummy Dolarz with the help of her son comedian Oluwadolarz released a track throwing shots at Big Ivy, a new Ghana-Niaja beef was officially born.