- A-Reece has finally broken his silence over the fight he had with rapper Flvme
- A-Reece spoke about the altercation with his former friend during his recent interview with Khuli Chana
- A-Reece shared that he doesn't have a problem with anyone in real life
A-Reece has opened up about fighting with his former friend, rapper Flvme. The Former Wrecking Crew members were engaged in a physical altercation some time ago but none of the two rappers opened up about it until now.
The two were caught on a 2019 video manhandling each other but they decided to not talk about it at the time. A-Reece recently sat down with Khuli Chana on his TV show titled The Originators. The Meanwhile In Honeydew hitmaker spoke to Khuli about the viral video and his current relationship with Flvme.
The star shared that his beefs are only restricted to hip-hop. He shared that he doesn't have a problem with any one in "real life".
"So that sh*t is just rap, me and Flvme have differences, we believe in different things and you can’t hold anything back for wanting to ask what do they think, so that’s why I left."
SAHipHopMag reports that A-Reece proved that his beef with Flvme might have been buried when he wished the Long Overdue hitmaker a happy birthday earlier this year.
In related news, Briefly.co.za reported that A-Reece's girlfriend Rickell Jones has revealed that Paradise 2 is almost done. A-Reece's fans have been urging him on social media to drop the much-anticipated album titled Paradise 2.
Rickell took to her Instagram Stories to confirm that the project is almost done. She was responding to questions from her fans who can't wait for her bae to drop the album. The stunner said the album is now being mixed and mastered.
"Okay so since I see this question coming up a lot I am going to clear the air, the album is on the way. As far as I know they are mixing and mastering."
In other A-Reece news, Briefly.co.za reported that A-Reece trended when his fans reacted to Cassper Nyovest's new album titled Any Minute Now. They've claimed that every time a Mzansi rapper drops an album, Reece's name pops up.
Some of his stans also think it is now the right time for him to release the project. The Zimbali hitmaker had hinted that he would drop his album in August but for some reason that never happened.
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