- Riky Rick found himself in hot water with Sizwe Dhlomo when he decided to defend AKA
- Understanding that he may have come across a little harsh, Riky Rick took to social media to apologise - he also called Sizwe directly
- The people feel Riky Rick's apology was weak and there was no excuse for his behaviour
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Riky Rick did his best to make amends with Sizwe Dhlomo and ended up trending on social media for it.
Apologies have been flying around the hip-hop world lately as a lot of shade has been thrown.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Riky Rick decided to man up and say sorry to Sizwe as he can admit his faults and take it like a man.
Sizwe has been getting a lot of apologies these days – first from AKA and now Riky Rick.
Riky Rick said some harsh things about Sizwe the other day and wanted to clear the air and own up for his wrongdoings.
It all started when Riky Rick jumped to AKA’s defence in the infamous Supa Mega vs Sizwe Dhlomo drama that recently took place.
Taking to social media, Riky Rick admitted he may have come off a little harshly and he apologises for that. He also let the people know that he called Sizwe to clear the air and make amends.
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“I’ve got no bad blood for Siz. But no ill intentions foe Siz, Siz is someone I actually look up to and somebody who has done a lot for the game and has done even more by giving us something to aspire to.
“What I said the other day may have come across as dismissive and diminish what his done and that something I can see and the was something I was not trying to do and for that I can be a man and say brother Siz, that wasn’t my intention, I got love for you.”
The people were clearly not impressed by Riky Rick’s apology attempt and best believe they made it known.
You can’t just bash someone like that and then proclaim they are your role model – what kind of ish is Riky Rick even on?! Sorry my guy, a simple apology just ain’t going to cut it.
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