9ice has been off the music radar for a bit but he is back on and creating controversy while at it. In his interview with Rubbin’ Minds, he defends his controversial hit single ‘Living Things’ which has been interpreted by many to encourage internet fraudulent activities, his failed attempt at politics, his videos that now lean towards more misogyny, his relationships with women including his ex-wife and music manager Toni Payne, and his yet to be delivered promise to bring a Grammy home.
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