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‘I DON’T WISH YOU DEAD, IT WAS A SLIP OF THE TONGUE’ – Blakk Rasta Apologizes To Akufo-Addo

Controversial media personality cum musician, Blakk Rasta has offered an apology to President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo for saying ‘he must visit his early grave.’

He claimed that he said it during his performance out of irritation and that he would never desire for him to pass away before his natural death, calling it “a slip of the tongue.”

Even though President Akufo-Addo’s administration has caused hardship for Ghanaians, he said that he had no ill will towards him; still, his remarks were inappropriate.

Blakk Rasta pleaded with President Akufo-Addo to forgive him for expressing his want to pass away early so that the country would no longer be governed poorly by him.

He claimed that even though he apologized, President Akufo-Addo will always be remembered as a “useless” leader who let Ghanaians down.

“I want to send an apology to the President (Akufo-Addo). Do you know why? No matter how you hate a man, you should never wish him dead. I was not brought up like that.

“Spiritually, mentally physically and behaviorally. I will never wish a man dead. Out of frustration, we may make some utterances. I just saw the video and told myself ‘No, this is a low blow’.

“Honorably, I apologize to the president of the Republic of Ghana. Much as you are a useless president, I don’t want to see you die. I want to see you live and suffer so that when you finally die, Satan can humbly and honestly sodomize you in hell.

“But I do not want to wish you dead. No. Even when my enemy dies, I don’t jubilate, I pray for him. It was a slip of the tongue. Useless as you are, you and your vice president do not die. Don’t visit an early grave,” he said during the UrbanBlend show on 3FM monitored by GhanaWeb.

Blakk Rasta has apologized after facing harsh criticism for saying that he thought President Akufo-Addo should go to sleep early in order to save the country from mismanagement.



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