Nigerian singers, Goya Menor and Portable have taken their feud from online banter to a competition phase, which entails having bragging rights.
The duo who recently went at each other on social media have been awarded plaques by Boomplay for achieving milestone streaming.
Portable surpassed 10 million listens on the global streaming platform and he thanked fans for making it possible. He, however, argued that he originally has about 65 million streams, but he wanted his fanbase to push him to 100 million.
The ‘Clear’ crooner who shared photos of him receiving the award plaque, also thanked Boomplay and ace rapper, Olamide Adedeji.
He wrote; “Earlier today I got my awards of 10 million song streams from @boomplaymusic @boomplaynigeria my streams is actually about 65million or more but guys kindly get me up to 100million song streams thank you @boomplaynigeria @boomplaymusic @poco_lee @olamide”
In his own right, Goya Menor amassed 30 million streams on Boomplay and he took to social media to celebrate.
He then threw a shade Portable using his earlier analogy of being an elephant while referring to the zazuu star as just a dog.
The Ameno hit maker also posted video and image with the caption; “In all ramifications the 🐘 is always bigger. 30,000,000 Boomplay streams ✌️❤️✌️”