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Entertainment • Jun 04, 2019

Deji defends his abuse allegations against KSI, pledges to end public feud

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Deji defends his abuse allegations against KSI, pledges to end public feud
KSI - YouTube / Deji - YouTube

The latest chapter in the ongoing Oladeji Daniel 'Deji' Olatunji and Olajide William 'KSI' Olatunji saga is out now, and it could also be the last as Deji promises to take the feud out of the public eye.

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In a response to KSI's very lengthy video, Deji defended his initial claims while also saying he will be no longer publically commenting on the feud.

He says this feud should've never spilled over to YouTube where many details that should probably have remained private were thrown into the spotlight and amplified.

KSI, Twitter
KSI and Deji.

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Deji uploaded a much shorter than usual video explaining his decision to move on from the feud, while also saying his first video wasn't meant to be an attack on his brother.

"As much as people want to say my video was an attack, it definitely was not an attack," he said. "It was literally me just standing up for myself because I just didn't like being seen as the bad guy. I wanted to give people reasons to why I re-uploaded the diss track. That was all my intention was."

There were a lot of accusations made by Deji in his video and he stands by them, despite KSI supposedly exposing several of them in his response. Even so, Deji is moving forward with the drama, at least as far as the YouTube videos are concerned.

"I'm going to be handling everything privately now with my bro," he said. "It sucks that things went public."

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Will KSI respond?

While Deji has said he is taking the feud out of the public eye, KSI has made no such claim, and it's entirely possible he has no plans to do so.

KSI hasn't tweeted since June 3, the day he uploaded his response to Deji. If he does respond to this, he would likely do so on Twitter or in a new YouTube video.