MUNA APOLOGISES TO MODE 9
By Charles Mgbolu
A war of words have been averted between Munachi Abii and Rap Lord Mode 9. Their scuffle began shortly after the Nokia 'Don't break The Beat' competition which held about two months ago.
Muna who was compere of the show had disagreed with the judges final decision of the winner insisting that her opinion also mattered.
It did not go down well with Mode 9 who was one of the Judges. He quickly corrected her; asking that she respect their decision as Judges but Muna bluntly asked him to 'pass the mic'.
Munachi and Mode 9
Muna, however, has since apologised. She tweeted I want us to be cool like before we were before the Nokia show, please accept my apology. Modey I know we had a chat and still face to face but to stop all this madness I'm sorry boo.
Mode 9 is yet to reply to this but it's evident he holds no grudges against her. However Muna's PR company have blasted the press. An excerpt of the statement from RMG Company reads
'…Lastly, I would like to reiterate that this issue will not be resolved publicly and played out in the media or on blog pages for the amusement and enjoyment of gossip junkies and gist merchants.
I'm sorry to disappoint those who are waiting with their mouths open, there will be no leaked emails, back and forth exclusive interviews or Twitter 'gangsterisms'.
At least not from our side, and as you all know, Mode 9 is big a man enough not to subscribe to media hype over something that, quite rightly, he took as disrespectful but not life threatening. This is Hip Hop, not the Civil War Part 2.'
A poll of opinions from those who have seen this statement side by side Muna's very matured approach of the matter have agreed that Munachi Abii was better at handling the situation.