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Priddy Ugly & Bontle Modiselle no longer doing reality shows

South African hip-hop singer, Priddy Ugly and his wife, media personality, and choreographer, Bontle Modiselle won’t be part of any reality show.

The rapper made it known that they have no interest in putting their marriage and relationship out in public.

Bontle Modiselle

He said they have received lots of offers, but they rejected them.

Priddy Ugly

A few people have asked, so I’d just like to make it clear. With numerous offers over the years, all have been declined. Myself & my partner have never been interested in being part of a reality show in any form, especially one that has to do with our relationship,” he wrote.

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DJ Lamiez Holworthy

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