The hitmaker of “Mon Bebe” Kidi-born Dennis Nana Dwamena has rendered an unqualified apology to the general public following an insult directed at some public personalities some years again.
His apology comes after changing into the present speak on Twitter after the resurrection of his old tweets dated 2012.
Kidi’s old tweets courting again from 2012 had been directed at President Nana Addo, former president John Dramani Mahama, and media personalities Anita Akuffo in addition to Deloris Frimpong Manso, a few of which had been random statements.
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Amongst the quite a few tweets, he directed to the present president Nana Addo Danquah Akuffo is one which reads “Nana Addo’s face has fooled” which is a direct translation from a Twi phrase “Nana Addo anim agyimi”.
Another tweet by the Ghanaian high-life artiste directed at Former President John Dramani Mahama read “Y’all complain about Mahama, LMAO…Niggaz Got 3 MORE YEARS. Means 3 MORE YEARS of suffering or maybe worse.”
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In one other tweet, he talked about Delay’s education KiDi said “I feel delay is an illiterate *shruggs*“
The ‘Touch It’ hitmaker within the sequence of his tweets made a revelation about himself and Anita Akuffo manner again in school three.
“Back in class 3 when, whenever a Sean Paul song came up in the Jams Room, I went wild on Anita’s Ass…” the tweet reads.
Following this, the tweet of the highlife artiste has caught the eye of quite a few Twitter customers and a few have taken a swipe at the musician.
In a fast response, KiDi on Thursday, September 29, 2022, expressed regret and called on the general public together with the affected individuals to forgive him.
“Years in the past, after I was younger and ignorant and didn’t perceive the implications and penalties of my phrases, I tweeted issues that had been inappropriate and unkind. As I matured, I got here to be extraordinarily regretful of those actions and the way they affected the events concerned.
“I want to apologies against everyone for the statement I made and use this to remind us of all to be mindful of the things we say and how they affect people. Let’s be kind to each other,” KiDi’s apology reads.