Asantewaa Apologizes For Her Disrespectful Comment On UTV

Asantewaa has apologized to fans and Ghanaians after she made a comment on UTV claiming that without Tiktokers, craft of musicians will not be promoted.

Asantewaa Apologizes For  Her Disrespectful Comment On UTV

Ghanaian TikTok queen, actress media personality Asantewaa has apologized for her viral comment which many have described as disrespectful to Ghanaian musicians.

Speaking in an exclusive interview on Pulse .gh, the Ghanaian TikToker asserted that her comment has been taken out of context.

According to Asantewaa, she was only joking with her colleagues on the United Showbiz over the weekend.

She said, "I think people are misquoting me, I was there with Wesley Kesse, and Jacqueline Mensah, if you watch the video we were all having fun".

"You guys know we were all having fun, people don't even understand the fact that a lot goes into writing music, I am not a musician, I cannot sing so if I am talking about promotion, I am not saying you are not as a musician," she said.

In the video, she also seized the moment to apologize to Ghanaian musicians.

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Recall that during an interview on UTV with Hajia Bintu, Wesley Kesse, Jacqueline Mensah, Felicia Osei, and Erkua Official about their career as TikTok influencers, Asantewaa said they are hotcakes now with so many calls coming to them lately.

"That's why I say that now it doesn't matter how long you have played your music game. when you drop a song now it is not about your craft unless you bring it to us, if not you will have to sing your song alone," she said and Kesse added, "we are the board of directors, you have to bring it to us".

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