South African podcaster MacG has apologized to Amerian singer Ari Lennox for the sexually explicit questions he threw at her during their first – and as far as the American is concerned last – interview.
In that interview, the host of the Podcast and Chill had asked the American who was sleeping with her at the moment. She found the direct question repugnant and denounced the same in tweets soon after – which she also took down.
She had also turned on South Africans, describing those supporting MacG as peasants, an appellation that further infuriated MacG’s core fans, causing them to make more statements she found distasteful.
Well, now it appears like MacG has had the time to pause and reflect. In a move that surprised many – probably because the DJ is not used to apologizing – he had apologized for his “crass, distasteful, predatory, vulgar and inappropriate sex quest.”
However, he didn’t make the apology on the set of Podcast and Chill but on an appearance on the Higher Learning podcast with Van Lathan and Rachel Lindsay, which you can check out below.
This is the #HigherLearningPodcast with Van and Rachel, not Kunutu though 😜😜
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While some South African have applauded him for the apology, others have stated he should not have apologized. Faction things.