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MI Abaga Tenders An Apology To Nigerians Over His Comment About South Africa’s Rapper, AKA

MI Abaga Tenders An Apology To Nigerians Over His Comment About South Africa’s Rapper, AKA




It's no news that the Xenophobia attack in South Africa is indeed a gruesome one and the fight against it by compatriots has been ongoing. Yesterday, a number of celebrities attacked pop rapper, MI Abaga for supporting South African rapper of which Burna Boy was in the number.

As a result of this event, MI Abaga has tendered an apology to Nigerians over the tweets he posted that shook tables yesterday and got everyone angry. Apparently, it appears that MI was trying to play the role of a peace-maker after Nigerians attacked South African rapper, AKA with words for his ‘support’ for the Xenophobic attack on Nigerians and other Africans by his country people.

MI presenting himself as a peace-maker didn’t go down well with a lot of people especially when he tried to let Nigerians know how much AKA loves Nigeria. As a result, Nigerians bashed MI and mocked his insensitiveness. However, just over 24-hours, the talented rapper took to his Twitter page to tender an apology as well as give reasons why he thought that was the right thing to do.

See his post below:


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