Nigerian rapper, Iceberg Slim, has given his reason why he cheated on his ex-girlfriend, Juliet Ibrahim.
“I was looking for something I didn’t know I had in myself. I got to a point where I wasn’t sure if I truly loved myself,” he wrote on Instagram.
Iceberg Slim made this revelation during a question and answer session with his fans on Instagram.
According to him, these insecurities sent him looking for “emotional comfort” elsewhere.
The rappers revelations come months after he called out “self-righteous” for constantly criticising him for cheating on Juliet Ibrahim.
He said that he doesn’t “downplay” or try to “justify” what he did but that he has “owned” it, learnt from it and moved on. Iceberg Slim wrote, “Na cheat I cheat, I no kill person.”
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