After days of back and forth between two TV Africa presenters and actress Juliet Ibrahim, the tv station has blinked first, apologizing to her.
In a joke of a statement released via Instagram, TV Africa apologizes for the harsh words of Aba Guy Guy, who completely tore Ibrahim to shreds after her attack on the station.
The statement, written in an informal tone, apologized to Ibrahim for Aba’s words, then begged her to come on the station to promote her book.
Juliet Ibrahim described the station as a joke and it seemed they wanted to prove her right by releasing this statement, which doesn’t look like it underwent any professional PR screening.
The entire fracas started after Akosua Fremma, one of the station’s presenters, said Ibrahim should not have left her marriage with Kwadwo Safo Jnr.
That also angered Aba Guy Guy, who completely eviscerated the actress in a video, calling her talentless and alleging she sells her p*ssy to producers for movie roles.
TV Africa, called a dead station by Ibrahim, has now decided enough is enough, apologizing to her.
Read their embarrassing apology letter below….
**WE ARE SORRY**(TV AFRICA TO JULIET IBRAHIM)
Dear Juliet Ibrahim,
The Management and Staff of TV Africa have noticed the harsh words meted to you by one of our presenters Aba Guy Guy
While we understand her anger towards the generalization of your statement in response to our *Pae Mu Ka* show where another presenter Akosua Sexy, picked a gossip on social media to talk about (typical of the concept of the show which will not change), we think that this was indeed unfriendly and acrid. It is a departure from the gleaming and deferential style of the TV station.
It is regrettable and we are thus remorseful for these acts. We have taken steps to withdraw the video from the social media page as a sign of correction.
We however wished that you had not made the damning comments initially and the unfortunate comparative picture you posted.
We are friends and this should not bruise our relationship at all.
We are by this inviting you on our morning show *Breakfastlive* to discuss your book – A TOAST TO LIFE. Let’s make up pleasantly.
Management & Staff (TV Africa)