By Tamlyn Canham
It looks like Emtee has had a change of heart after publically accusing his wife, Nicole Kendall Ndevu (née Chinsamy), of domestic violence.
The ‘Wave’ hitmaker took to Twitter to share a heartfelt apology to Nicole.
“I’d like to apologise to the mother of my children, my wife Nicole. I hope you find it in your heart to forgive me. I love you Mrs Ndevu,” he tweeted wrote.
I’d like to apologise to the mother of my children, my wife Nicole. I hope you find it in your heart to forgive me. I love you Mrs Ndevu ❤️
— Laqhasha (@emteerecords) January 30, 2021
The tweet comes just two months after the rapper claimed Nicole had been physically and emotionally abusing him. He added that she was not the only one. Emtee alleged that Nicole’s mother was also involved.
“Both mother and daughter took turns chokin me tryna suffocate me,” he tweeted in November.
The musician added that Nicole’s brother joined in. “Now the weight lifting brother is threatening to kill me.”
Both mother and daughter took turns chokin me tryna suffocate me. Now the weight lifting brother is threatening to kill me.
— Laqhasha (@emteerecords) November 18, 2020
#PrayForEmtee trended on Twitter. “If Emtee was a female y’all would be shouting GBV rn.#PrayForEmtee,” one Twitter user commented.
Nicole rubbishes Emtee’s claims
Nicole denied the allegations, calling them “completely false”.
She said the accusations were a fabrication designed to attack her character.
“The truth as to the core reason for this public fallout will be revealed. I have constantly compromised myself by tolerating conflict after conflict… Mthembeni [Emtee] has failed to consider our kids in his decision to baselessly accuse me of all sorts of things on Twitter,” Nicole said in a statement.
Emtee baby mama issued a statement (Nicole Kandall Ndevu). pic.twitter.com/yWJ8jnj5WT
— Prof Bantu Bhungane? (@bantu_bhungane) November 19, 2020
Emtee’s fans applauded him for making an apology to his wife.
“That’s why I like you, you are [a] realist. True to yourself. I hope she forgives you and [you] raise your kids as a family. Much love my homie,” one of the rapper’s followers commented.
But some of his fans were less supportive.
“She was the one abusing you…now you’re the one apologizing?” one man wrote.
A second added: “These types of situations be crazy sometimes, it’s a real psychological warfare in some of these toxic relationships.