Earlier this year, rapper Ycee took to Instagram to make potshots at counterpart Vector Tha Viper’s performance at the Headies Awards, and he was put in his place by fans who took it upon themselves to defend the iconic rapper.
However, many people expected that the ‘King Kong’ rapper would address the supposed diss, but he kept mum on it and returned to working on his much-anticipated project, the Lafiaji Album.
Now, in new interview with DZRPT Breakfast Club where Vector talked about his career, love life, sex, the industry and more, he also dismisses Ycee’s diss as ‘irrelevant’, explaining that’s why he didn’t bother with replying the upcoming rapper.
Asked if he has ever cried for a woman, Vector straight-faced said, ‘no’, and without using the exact words, he described himself as the alpha male.
“Do you know what it takes for a man to cry?” He asked the interviewers, setting the tone for a little gender-biased talk about how men should behave, to which Ireti said men are burdened with too much expectation on how to behave when they could simply live.
Watch the compelling interview here:
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