“I Am A Big Deal From Nigeria” – Vector Slams Ghanaian Blog For Calling Him A Twitter User

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Nigerian rapper, Vector has slammed a Ghanaian based blog for describing him as a Twitter user while reporting a news on Monday.

Nigerian rapper, Vector
Nigerian rapper, Vector

Information Nigeria recalls the rapper took a dig at people who believe that ”God will hear them more when they shout in church.”

While reporting the above-mentioned news, the Ghanaian blog, YenComGH, referred to the rapper as a ‘Twitter User’ and he wasted no time in correcting them.

Vector took to the micro-blogging site to blast them with the words;

“If you did research enough to get my picture, you would at least think it news worthy that as much as I am a twitter user, I am actually a big deal from Nigeria. Thank you for further spreading the idea of challenging thought in Africa.” he tweeted.

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See the exchange below:

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