Neat Fm in Accra has apologized unreservedly for a recent broadcast in which slay queen Mona Gucci named alleged slay queen celebrities in Ghana.
In a statement released by Ola Michael, host of ‘Entertainment Gh’, the show on which the allegations were made, the station apologized for the broadcast.
Michael apologized to all those whose names were mentioned by Mona Gucci and alleged to be slay queens selling their bodies for cash.
“I, Michael Kwaku Ola, host of Entertainment Gh on Neat 100.9fm, wish to render an unqualified apology to all those who by virtue of their names being mentioned or some innuendos, pelted at them, feel hurt by the discussion we had on Entertainment Gh,” the statement read.
“It was never the intention of myself or my team to denigrate or disrespect any of the wonderful ladies whose name came up through our discussion. I apologise for any harm of discontentment that our discussion might have caused anyone. I am sorry,” he added.
Ola Michael’s interview with Abena Gucci went viral as the slay queen revealed her insights into the slay queen game in Ghana.
She claimed celebrities such as Moesha Boduong, Salma Mumin, Benedicta Gafah and others travel to Dubai, Nigeria and other parts of the world to get molested for cash.