Welcome and please turn the CAPS LOCK off.
Has the rim been leaking like this (4 psi per day) since you got the bike? If so, you need to take a less cavalier attitude towards tire maintenance. It could just as easily have been a nail in the tire, which might have become dislodged at any time with sudden and potentially catastrophic consequences. Don't fool around with tire problems. And if you had taken care of it right away, you might have been still in warranty or at least, not so far out of warranty.
I'd politely but firmly request that your dealer go to bat with corp Suzuki to see if you can get this covered under "goodwill". Suzuki doesn't have to do anything, but for a clear mfg defect like this, with potential safety consequences, they often do.
If they won't do anything, you basically are looking at a new wheel or a used wheel from a wreck - I don't think you can weld alum wheels safely, although perhaps someone knows techniques that might work. You could try an epoxy repair, but I'd be skeptical it would be ultimately safe.
Good luck with Suzuki and let us know what transpires.