“I thought you said apologies were for fools?”- Black Rasta to Confused A Plus
Ghanaian reggae artiste and international lecturer, Black Rasta has replied confused Musician turned politician, Kwame A Plus on his apology rendered to government officials, Jinapor and Asenso over corruption claims.
He was bashed and mocked a few years ago when he appeared before Parliament’s Privileges Committee and profusely apologized for claiming some Members of Parliament smoked weed.
However, one person who mocked Black Rasta subsequently was A Plus, whom after a few years has found himself in a similar shoe.
The confused rapper/politician recently hit out at officials at the Presidency, alleging corruption. He later apologized to the President for his actions which brought the Presidency into disrepute.
“I apologise to the President for using the method and language I used in expressing my feelings,”
“My expectation of Nana Addo is just too high [and] sometimes I just jump the gun”. He wrote on social media.
In response, Blakk Rasta mocked A Plus for his apology, wondering how he could have apologize when he once said that apologies are only for fools.
“A-Plus, did you just apologise for foul language? I thought you said apologies were for fools?” Blakk Rasta wrote.
“Kind regards, sir.”