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You Live For Gucci, I Live For My People – Phyno To Hushpuppi

You Live For Gucci, I Live For My People – Phyno To Hushpuppi

by | 17th July 2017
Phyno and Hushpuppi.

The feud still continues as Phyno in an interview with Punch addressed his beef with Hushpuppi saying it is childish for anyone to brag about how much they have.

 

The Ezege rapper and Instagram personality had begun feuding in June when Hushpuppi called Phyno and Iceprince out, saying they wear fake wrist watches.

 

“If you don’t want people to patronize pirated copy (redacted) of your work, don’t patronize pirated copy of other people’s work #Hypocrites,” Huspuppi had said on Snapchat.

 

The public shaming did not sit well with Phyno so he replied, saying:

 

“We are not on the same level. You live and die for Gucci. I will live and die for my people. The hunger is different here man…

 

I’ve got cribs, live in my house, yet never posted it. Bought a house for my mum; never posted it. Got her a car on her birthday last two years; never posted it.”

 

So now in this new interview, Phyno addressed the issue again, saying he was more concerned with touching lives.

 

He said:

 

“It is very childish to brag about what I have. I care more about touching lives in positive ways.

 

It is not really about how much you have in your bank account but how many people’s lives you have made better.

 

The good thing is that I have a track record and people know what I do.

 

So it doesn’t really make sense for me to be exchanging words with someone who just came from nowhere and has no credibility whatsoever.”

 

The rapper went further to talk about growing up, how his father discouraged him from music, and how much he contributes to his society.

 

“I am happy for how far I have come. My father never wanted me to become an artiste because he felt it wasn’t a good profession. But I decided to stick to my guns and I have proved that one can also have a good life with music.

 

Now, people call on me to mentor their children and that couldn’t have happened years ago. Nigerian music has gone global and the future looks even brighter,” Phyno said.

 

With that been said, will the Gucci everything lover have a reply to this? Only time will tell and we can’t wait.