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Abajamz Kelechukwu Obama-Nwaba is the Facebook name of the Aba blogger who has been shaking tables on Facebook for a couple of days. But it seems he just shook the wrong table by weighing into Zoro, Paragon and the Mbada Remix.

As it happened, Abajamz Kelechukwu wrote a controversial post on Facebook. In the post, he said Paragon didn’t deserve to be on the Mbada Remix. The post reads;

“Paragon was voted Top 3 on Mbada remix cos her sister Rachel Okonkwo (Nkoli Nwa Nsukka) is a celebrity… She didn’t deserve it.”

During the course of previous week, Zoro dropped the Remix to his single from earlier this year, Mbada. On the remix, he had featured four upcoming rappers, Paragon, Lio Steven, Zez and Mecorn. He chose those four acts after he held a competition (which he now says will be annual, by the way).

According to the Aba blogger, Paragon shouldn’t have been on the Top 10 at all. He alleged that she got there, due to the fact that she has a popular sister, an actress by the name Nkoli Nwa Nsukka.

In a following post, he stated that Paragon was the whackest rapper on the Mbada Remix track. That her lines were too soft, and still went on to state that her sister’s influence increased her fanbase.

However you need to see how fans are beginning to bash him. The drama can only get uglier from here.

In other news, top Igbo rapper, Phyno, recently dropped a new single with American rapper, Wale. The Afro number, is titled “N.W.A” an acronym for Niggaz With Attitude.


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Quasar Miami formerly known as Tylz, is a young rap artiste and an outspoken music industry commentator. He writes in a very controversial manner and is known to “never let the sleeping dogs lie”. In October 2017, he was inducted into HipHopHead as a contributor.

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