M.I. Abaga recently went on twitter to slam a journalist at Pulse named Ayomide Tayo over an article about his career.
To discuss the matters at hand properly, M.I decided to head over to their office with Chocolate City Vice-President, Loose Kaynon to have a discussion with music critic Osagie Alonge and the journalist on a podcast named Loose Talk.
The conversation centered around the strength and staying power of M.I's third studio album, "Chairman", his management of Chocolate City, the state of Nigerian music and the relationship between musicians and the people who tell their stories.
He said: “Chairman is your weakest album out of your three albums.
“Production quality is 100%, collaborative process 100% but lyrics fucking wack.
“That is what it is, i’m telling you the truth.
“If you have all these bloody motherfucking yes-men around you, they wont tell you the truth.
M.I in a subtle manner replied, asking Osagie never to use swear words like f*king at him.
“Don’t ever use those words like fucking at me again.
“I accept your apology that you have not said.”
During the podcast, MI revealed that his forthcoming Yung Denzl album was cancelled & re-recorded because some close associates told him it wasn’t good enough.
Watch the video from the heated discussion below.