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Renowned reality TV star and comedian Tol A$$ Mo, whose real name is Mongezi Mahlangu, has issued a public apology following his controversial statements concerning black women.

In an official statement released on Tuesday, Tol A$$ Mo reflected on the tumultuous journey he has experienced over the past several months, citing it as a period of profound personal upheaval.

Attributing the Meltdown to False Rape Allegations

The comedian laid bare the impact of false rape allegations that emerged in May 2020, attributing the subsequent meltdown to the trauma and mental wellness challenges he faced as a result.

“It also explains the origin of my regrettable disparaging remark about black women. The fallout from this period was devastating. I lost so much that was dear to me, not least my sense of self, numerous lucrative contracts, and the trust of many around me,” expressed Tol A$$ Mo.

Expressing Remorse and Acknowledging Hurtful Remarks

The comedian earnestly appealed for understanding and forgiveness, acknowledging the hurtful remarks he made about black women during this challenging period.

“In this time of vulnerability, I found myself in the care of a family member with whom I have had a strained relationship. Her approach to managing my condition, controlling my medication, and wrongfully advising me to leave my immediate family [did not help],” he explained.

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Tol A$$ Mo and his family-Image Source@X

Tol A$$ Mo regretfully acknowledged, “It is with great regret that I acknowledge the hurtful and confusing statements made during this period, including my alleged disparagement of Black women. I want to make it unequivocally clear that such comments do not reflect my beliefs or values.”

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Commitment to Personal Growth and Healing

Tol A$$ Mo shared his commitment to personal growth, stating, “I am working towards becoming a better version of myself. Therapy, prayer, and the support of my immediate family were what brought me out of my loss of self. I will forever be grateful for the gift of life presented to me.”

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