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Sukihana is moving on. The “Love and Hip-Hop: Miami” star has accepted YK Osiris’s apology after he sexually assaulted her in front of a live audience.

The incident happened at the Crew League basketball tournament in Atlanta over the weekend.

In a lengthy Instagram post on Thursday, Suki wrote:

“I am a pro Black woman and I am not into tearing Black men down. This is something I am choosing to forgive him for. I love him and accept his apology. I would like to move on from this.”

Video shows Osiris massaging Sukihana’s shoulders before leaning in to kiss her without her consent. Sukihana looked surprised and shocked when Osiris kissed her again.

Osiris issued an apology on Wednesday, saying he “misread” her body language and he is “embarrassed” by his behavior.

“I want to publicly offer my sincerest apology to Sukihana. In an attempt to be playful, I misread the moment and violated Sukihana’s boundaries. I understand the importance of consent and I am embarrassed by my behavior.”

He added: “I take full responsibility and have made multiple attempts to apologize. I have the utmost admiration for Sukihana and it was never my intention to disrespect her.”

After the video went viral, Sukihana took to social media and wrote, “I am hurt and scared to stand up for myself.”

She added:

“I drink to hide that I’m very sensitive. I feel things more then [sic] the average person. I stopped drinking yesterday but today I’ve been crying all day. I asked God to strengthen me and use me to help others and to order my steps in his word. I just want to go away for awhile.”

But fans dismissed the incident as just another stunt by the reality TV star.

They point to her sexually suggestive poses in photos on her Instagram page. And they accused Sukihana of not resisting Osiris.

Sukihana’s Instagram handle is “Suki with The Good Coochie.”

She captioned one photo:

“You know some of the most loyal women and best coochie is in the hood. So when you ready for something real, slide through the projects and get some of this section 8 cat.”

Sukihana disabled her Twitter page following the incident.

Amber Rose was outraged over the personal attacks on Sukihana’s credibility. She showed her support for the aspiring rapper in an Instagram post:

“Are we really going to sit back and let this happen to Sukihana? She was sexually assaulted and no one did anything!!! This is the entertainment business and she is an entertainer!!! Using her lyrics and her persona as an excuse to physically touch her and force her without her consent is absolutely disgusting. What happened to “protect Black women”??? I cried watching that video and I’m sure a lot of women have as well.”

In another IG post, Amber wrote: “I’m so sorry you had to go through that @sukihanagoat my heart breaks for you.”

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