Big Xhosa Humbles Himself and Apologises to A Reece for Being Disrespectful

Big Xhosa Humbles Himself and Apologises to A Reece for Being Disrespectful

- Rapper Big Xhosa has decided to apologise to A-Reece for insulting him in his viral song Ninyile

- The artist realises that he said some pretty harsh things about A-Reece and wants to make amends

- Big Xhosa has also apologised to Emtee for being disrespectful towards him and his musical gifts

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Mzansi rapper Big Xhosa made headlines recently when he released a diss track where he was dragging the majority of South African rappers. Big Xhosa has now decided to humble himself and apologise to A-Reece for the things he said about him.

Big Xhosa said that he now realises that his line about A-Reece in his song Ninyile was the most disrespectful. The rapper sees now that he might've violated A-Reece. Taking to Twitter, Big Xhosa said:

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"A-Reece, I'm sorry bro. Lol I'm saying sorry because I listened to that diss song and I realised that line about him is the most violating and impactful. It can never be undone."
Big Xhosa humbles himself and apologises to A Reece for being disrespectful
Big Xhosa has apologised for calling A-Reece "baby girl" and humbled himself. Image: @sos_rsa, @theboydoingthings
Source: Instagram

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Some might think that his song was just for clout but Big Xhosa has decided to apologise to A-Reece. He has also apologised to Emtee and said that his music has gotten through some rough times.

Big Xhosa's career might be cut short because he has realised that he has a passion for fixing cars. Mzansi social media users don't even know if they should classify him as a one-hit-wonder or not.

In other entertainment news, Briefly News reported that Emtee spoke about the inspirational message behind his hit song Long Way. Emtee recently released his album Logan and the song Long Way has become a hit amongst Africans.

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The musician is now opening up about what the true meaning behind the song is and spoke about it in an interview with Apple Music.

"The message behind the song is just to say it's cool to be vulnerable and to love, to make certain mistakes, as long as you rectify them. Especially when it comes to love."

Emtee thinks that it's hard to express love sometimes and people are afraid of getting hurt. The rapper feels that people should be open to the experience and not be afraid to take the plunge.

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