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17 Major punch-lines from MI Abaga’s The Viper

MI The Viper Vector

M.I has finally replied Vector’s diss track The Purge with The Viper and boy did he pack a punch. The 5 minutes 26 seconds track is filled with hard hitting punchlines and supreme delivery. Little wonder he’s regarded as the king.

The Viper: MI Abaga’s letter and diss song to Vector

Without further ado, these are some of the best punchlines from The Viper.


So I swore by by name cos there’s no higher authority

You can never battle Jude, your default setting is lose / That’s why I choose when you raise your alarm and hit the snooze

You should look up to me like your pale (dad) / I’m happy my son is taller, doesn’t mean you won’t dobale

But as your head dey hot, got rid of the nigga just like a weave

We rise by lifting others, who you lifting / no body in all these years can say that Vector put them in position

You’ve sinned against the order of heaven that’s why God has brought you to me to be reborn and be forgiven

This isn’t a diss, this is compassion, this is papa talking to you instead of given you lashing

I know your fans are gonna demand that you revenge / but will they crowd fund when its time to pay your rent

I’ll put 20 million on a table, that’s budget for you to spend, and CC will float your label

You came with chickens to my spot, but didn’t buy chicken wings

I hear you’re roasting in your girl’s place, your B’s BQ

You’re not even top five from Yoruba land / Mode, ElDee, Baddo, Dagrin, Remi, Ycee and Falz omo see the queue (CDQ)

But after you dropped your diss track, I hope you sit and listen back to everything that MI spat because it’s … true

Just don’t only win the beef, win in life

You short man at the Headies, but I could have been real petty, but my head is always heavy from the crown

Choc city won at doing biz, and now my shares can help you feed your kids when you sign

You came and drank at a place I own, I’m trying to help you get your own Lanre, I represent the higher power

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Written by Emeka Nweze

Content writer and contributor.

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