Xenophobia: MI apologizes to fellow celebrities and Nigerians for supporting AKA

Nigerian rapper, M.I. Abaga has apologized to Nigerians and his followers for his tweets that insinuated support of South African Rapper, AKA.


He entered the apology via his Twitter handle where he begged everyone he might have offended.

He wrote:

‘To everyone I offended yesterday I apologise.. It is always the right time for healing. I hope we can begin to listen to each other and discuss real lasting solutions. I know I will’.

I have been insulted and threatened so much. And though a part of me wanted to turn to anger. I know that it was a test for me to lead with love. We have to see past our hurt into our hearts and fight hatred with love.

Last, I pray that we will all have someone that will speak the truth on our behalf in spite of the repercussions. If I did so in error God will judge. But courage is being able to say no when everyone else says yes.. no matter the personal cost.

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