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Mwafreeka swallows pride, apologises to Ice Prince

20 January 2015, 08:46

Nairobi - Barely 48 hours after throwing a shade at Nigerian rapper, Ice Prince for his song/video for the song, 'N Word', rising Kenyan rapper, Mwafreeka Mwaf has swallowed his pride and apologised to Ice Prince in a lengthy Facebook post.

According to him, he didn't know Ice Prince is as big as he turned out to be which became obvious after his thoughts generated premium media attention.

While apologising, Mwafreeka offered clarifications on what he meant in his first message which turned out an apparent diss.

It is not the first time in recent times that a Nigerian act has been put on blast by a music act from another part of Africa. Recently, Jaguar also dissed MMMG lead act, Iyanya.

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