Young T Issues An Apology To King Tee Dee

This follows after he accused the rapper of bewitching him.

By  | Sep 14, 2020, 12:37 PM  | Young T & Bugsey  | Drama

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Namibia's finest rapper Young T, has decided to swallow his pride and issue an apology to award-winning rapper King Tee Dee. This follows after he made some damning allegations that the rapper apparently bewitched him.

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Young T raised eyebrows when he took to Instagram in 2019, pleading with King Tee Dee to leave him alone after he apparently went to consult and traditional doctors apparently told him that King Tee Dee has been bewitching him.

As soon as he made the allegations fans started praying for him and his post received mixed reactions as fans defended King Tee Dee. Now the rapper has  apologized to King Tee Dee. In an Instagram post he captioned his post "I'm sorry Young T WokOngha"

In a screenshot he shared their conversation reads, "Bro I just wanna apologize for my recent writings. It was a bad conception that I doubt I even knew it would probably have damaged your reputation."

King Tee Responded by saying this is? And he replied by saying "I'm not even begging for forgiveness, I just want it off my chest. bad energy eats up people."
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I am sorry 😐 -Young T WokOngha

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King Tee Dee has not responded to his post on Instagram. King Tee Dee recently bagged a nomination at the The African Musik Magazine Awards (AFRIMMA), which caters to every musical genre. The musician is nominated under the Best Make Southern Africa category.

Expressing his gratitude on his nomination he said, "This list Way too tough but atlist I see Namibia's name on there and that will make them go on google and want to find out what is Namibia. Congrats to Namibia for being on the list that is a big achievement," wrote King Tee Dee.

Young T recently released his album NFNO, and it has been getting rave reviews.

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