Okmalumkoolkat's apology to the nation has led to a flood of mixed reactions from followers on Twitter.
The rapper who served one month in an Australian prison early last year, after being convicted for indecent assault and assault with indecent intent, told the country he was "sorry" for the incident.
"I am sincerely sorry that a woman felt violated on my account. I spent time in prison, serving a sentence given to me by the justice system," he said.
Okmalumkoolkat's past resurfaced this week, after reference was made to his conviction s conviction in an article about his artwork collaboration with rapper AKA on the track Caiphus song.
Within minutes after the rapper shared his binge apology, Twitter was split over it with some followers saying it didn't feel "sincere".
@okmalumkoolkat it's too late to apologiiiiiiiiiiiiiize it's too laaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaate— _____ (@DelPHUZA) March 8, 2017
@okmalumkoolkat HAVE YOU APOLOGIZED TO THE WOMAN YOU VIOLATED? IT WASNT US & YOU DIDN'T VIOLATE HER ON TWITTER. NEXT TYM DRINK RESPONSIBLY— Consciously Black (@BlackThoughtVII) March 8, 2017
@okmalumkoolkat O batla O Magazine & Destiny Man to teach you not go into women's hotel rooms, grab them & tell them to keep quiet? VOETSEK pic.twitter.com/3gosGCaI49— Lalalise Keating (@The_RainQueen) March 8, 2017
@okmalumkoolkat @beyonka_fierce malum wabantwana apologised and his fans accepted his apology , full stop— lucky jay (@NdumieJay) March 8, 2017
I used be a fan of your shit but the way you have handle this whole situation. I don't know man. @okmalumkoolkat pic.twitter.com/lfwDlSgNSk— 24 days left... (@Karabo_KB) March 8, 2017
okmalumkoolkat making himself a victim arg. Nathi we are from a broken society but we don't go around touching people while they're sleeping— Zinhle Maeko (@ZinhleMaeko) March 8, 2017
@okmalumkoolkat Big up to you dude, but you'll forever be known as a sexual offender. Should've thought about that before the incident.— Wally (@tiny_taines) March 8, 2017