Medikal finally apologizes to media houses for insulting them

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Ghanaian rapper Medikal has issued a heartfelt apology to media houses across the country after a recent outburst that drew widespread criticism.

The controversy began during a live interview with Mzgee, during which Medikal expressed frustration over what he perceived as unnecessary questions.

The situation escalated when Medikal took to social media, releasing a video in which he insulted Mzgee, and the staff and management of UTV.

His tirade did not stop there; he extended his harsh words to other media houses, mirroring the contentious behavior of his confidant, Shatta Wale.

In a surprising turn of events, Medikal has retracted his statements and offered an unqualified apology.

In his apology, he clarified that he never intended to disrespect any journalist or media house.

He acknowledged the importance of the media in promoting his career and expressed regret for his actions.

In his own words;

“I love the media because they support my work, but I am that type of person, if you come at me, I will give you a response. Maybe my response might sound or come off as disrespectful, but I don’t intend to disrespect anyone“.

He went on to add “I am a human being and I make mistakes. I apologize for using certain words if I did, but within that heat of the period, I was ‘vexed’. I am not a robot, so obviously, I have feelings, but all the same, I want to say a shoutout to all the media houses who support me.”

“I want to sincerely apologize to Mzgee, Osei Kwame Despite, Fada Dickson, the team at UTV, and all other media houses and journalists in Ghana. My comments were out of line, and I deeply regret any offense caused. I value the work that journalists do and the role they play in the industry,” Medikal stated.

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