Earlier this week, fashionista and rapper Goya Menor won the Headies Award for “Best Street Artist” and was criticized by controversial singer Portable, who claimed he was unpopular.
Remember that Portable was nominated in the same category but was disqualified after threatening to kill other nominees if he didn’t win the award.
Portable and Minor had criticized each other on social media throughout the week. However, in an interview with Saturday Beats, Minor claimed to that he didn’t know the singer, saying he thought the name was that of Rat Poison. He said, “Wear what?
Is that the name of a rat poison? I don’t think I’ve ever heard that name before in my life. As for other artists in the same category as me, let everyone know; especially the ones who congratulated me.
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On how it felt to win the award, the minor said: “I felt good. At least there was a high degree of transparency.
With less than a year in the music industry, winning over the headies is important to me. When asked if it’s appropriate for artists to use social media to express their dissatisfaction with issues that bother them, the rapper said, “Yes. That’s why it’s called social media. There artists, just like other celebrities, send messages to their fans.
Speaking about how he felt during his Headies performance, he said, “I was 100 percent accepted.”
Thank you to everyone in this room on this day. When I was crowned the winner in my category, the standing ovation was more than a standing ovation.
The Headies Atlanta (USA) experience was great for me. Minor, who recently collaborated with “Adulthood Anthem” singer Lade on his new song titled “Grace,” explained that God’s grace in his life inspired the song. He said, “I wanted to thank God for His grace on me.”
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A lot has happened and I would say it’s a thank you. I originally wanted to work with Teni but due to his busy schedule we were unable to do so. That’s why I chose Lade.