Is Mr Incredible MI turning to Mr Controversy?

Few days after setting social media on fire by criticising the anti-gay rights in Nigeria, he is at it once again.

This time, the Chocolate City boss took to his social media page to make what was described as a careless statement regarding Nigerians and another artiste, Wizkid Ayo Balogun.

According to M.I on his Twitter page, Nigerians don’t deserve the international export, a statement which has earned him backlash from fans across social media platforms.

However, fans waited patiently for a reply from the ‘Daddy Yo’ crooner who recently released yet another studio album, "Sounds From the Other Side" which displaced Jay Z’s 4:44 on the Itunes music chart to occupy the number one spot.

Wizkid however replied with a cunning yet vague reply.

See tweet below