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Sinzu Rapper admits M.I was not dissing him on 'Doc Shebeleza' remix

On June 27, 2015, Sinzu reacted to M.I supposedly calling him out on the remix of the track.

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  play Fortunately Sinzu must have heard the song because he has admitted his mistake. In a new tweet made today, June 30, 2015 he acknowledged that he should have reached out to M.I before reacting. (jaguda)

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Nigerian rapper Sinzu (formerly known as Sauce Kid) has admitted that new Chocolate City President and rapper M.I Abaga was not taking shots at him on the remix of Cassper Nyovest's smash single 'Doc Shebeleza' which also features Burna Boy.

On June 27, 2015, Sinzu reacted to M.I supposedly calling him out on the remix of the track.

In the song M.I said "rest in peace to Senzo" on the remix which refers to the captain of the Bafana Bafana football team Senzo Meyiwa who was killed on the October 26, 2014.

Sinzu thought M.I was referring to him, and was ready to retaliate.

Fortunately Sinzu must have heard the song because he has admitted his mistake. In a new tweet made today, June 30, 2015 he acknowledged that he should have reached out to M.I before reacting.

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