Mike's Kitchen disputes that it mistreated Emtee, Uncle Vinny, and others.

Mike's Kitchen disputes that it mistreated Emtee, Uncle Vinny, and others.

Emtee’s cry was finally heard by the famous restaurant Mike’s Kitchen, as they released a statement in response to his accusations.

The South African rapper claimed he was humiliated by the restaurant as they kicked him and his team out because they smelled we*d and their bodies were filled with tattoos.

Emtee labelled the behaviour as racist and demanded an apology from the restaurant.

However, Mike’s Kitchen released a statement, which explained that they had nothing to do with the ill-treatment he suffered with his team.

“We at Mike’s Kitchen want to clarify issues regarding the recent reported incident involving, amongst others, artist Emtee at Mikes Heritage House. Mike’s Kitchen does not own or operate the store in question, nor has it been affiliated with Mikes Heritage House for some time now. We understand that the store operates under a name similar to that of the Mike’s Kitchen Brand and we are therefore incorrectly linked to this incident.”

“We strongly condemn any form of racism, discrimination, or prejudice at any establishment, including the recent incident reported at Mikes Heritage House. Racism has no place in our society, and we stand firmly against it. It is imperative that all businesses, including Mike’s Kitchen, uphold the values of inclusivity, respect, and equality for all individuals.

Mike’s Kitchen further invites the men for a better experience.

“We further reach out to EmteeTheHustla, Uncle Vinny, Yung Seruno and Bali to experience the true hospitality at one of our Mike’s Kitchen stores. We want to show you that your experience is not the norm in the industry and definitely does not represent the Mike’s Kitchen Brand.”