King Alami issues public apology to girlfriend Noti Flow

By , K24 Digital
On Wed, 28 Jul, 2021 10:04 | 2 mins read
Lesbian couple, Noti Flow and King Alami. PHOTO/INSTAGRAM
Lesbian couple, Noti Flow and King Alami. PHOTO/INSTAGRAM

Singer Noti Flow's girlfriend King Alami issued an apology addressing abuse allegations.

This comes barely days after singer Noti Flow ranted online calling out her violence and termed her as a very aggressive partner.

King Alami has now shared a public apology on Instagram after admitting to accusations of abuse and violence.

"I wanted to publicly apologize to my girlfriend Noti Flow;

"For being violent towards her and physically and emotionally hurting her."

"For abusing her and raising my voice at her."

"For giving her the impression that I had hoes and I didn't."

In addition, she assured Noti of her love.

Despite the past heartache, Foto Moto hit singer seem to have accepted her apology to be sincere as she reposted it all on her Instagram page.

The controversial lesbian couple made it Instagram official in early June days before Noti exposed her abusive ex-boyfriend.

Noti captioned the post to read; “Everything I ever wanted in him I found in her."

She also noted that assault is a serious crime and urged people to stay woke and ensure abuse criminals faces the law.

Although she pressed charges against him, she claims the process was quite a hustle and she almost gave up.

" One more thing, I didn’t have it easy arresting this guy. The police were asking for money left, right, and center to do their job, yet again saying I’ll just get back in a relationship with the man that beat me and that’s why they aren’t bothered with making the arrest. They’ve seen so many such cases,” she added.

Noti also sympathised with women facing gender-based violence calling upon the government to protect women and act upon the fast-rising vice.

“I can only imagine how many girls and women go through such domestic violence and have failed to get justice due to either lack of money or giving up. I’m calling upon the government, human rights and women rights activists to really do something about this! You need to protect your girls and women. I’m quite popular here and I have some cash but this happened to me, imagine a naive girl from the slums or a woman in the village! It’s just so sad,” she concluded.

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