- Mzansi rapper, iFani, has finally opened up about his life struggles
- He revealed everything from his music, fame and spiritual journey on Metro FM's The Drive with Mo Flava
- iFani's interview has really surprised listeners, including Mo Flava
Mzansi rapper, iFani, was interviewed by Mo Flava on Metro FM earlier this week, where he opened up about everything in his life, from fame, music, freedom and even his near-death experience.
iFani revealed how fame took up most of his life and he never got to live and enjoy his youth because he was obliged to attend gig after gig.
The rapper also mentioned that he went through a spiritual journey comprising of two rituals, the first included drinking a potion where you die and come back to tell a story. iFani shared what occurred during his hours of death.
The interview shocked many people including Mo Flava, who took to Twitter to share that he had no idea how to describe the interview. He wrote: “I am still to describe my interview with @iFani_Haymani. I’m still lost for words. It is however nothing short of interesting. #TheDriveOnMetro”.
Most people were curious to know more about the rapper since he took a step back from music and the interview explained all the aspects that people were wanting to know.
“I imagined this interview for a long time. I walked to gym day-dreaming [about] it. Week in and week out. Yesterday it happened, on its own. How vcan I not believe The Law of Attraction? This is my personal proof that it works. But it takes time,” tweeted iFani.
Metro FM released a Podcast for your to listen to iFani's interview.
Four months ago, Briefly.co.za reported that AKA's call on Mzansi men to stand up against the abuse of women had rapper iFani mocking him and saying he should do more than just tweet about the issue. The musicians have been feuding since 2015.
Rapper iFani has launched another attack on his long-standing foe in the music industry, AKA. This time, iFani aimed at AKA's call on Mzansi to end the abuse of women.
iFani has taken to social media to mock AKA and told him to do more than just tweet about the issue.
This comes after AKA nearly exploded on Twitter about the issue of abuse against women and children in South Africa.
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