Thanks for an uncalled for publicity – Serwaa responds

Thanks for an uncalled for publicity – Serwaa responds

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Serwaa, the GhOne Glitterati host who criticized a former member of the music group, Praye, Choir Master for his refusal to join the group’s ‘re-union,’ has broken her silence.

After she had criticized the Ghana’s Most Beautiful hitmaker, his wife, an actress and an entrepreneur, Beverly Afaglo got furious and took her to the cleaners.

Days after, Serwaa took to Instagram to express her opinion and replied Beverly.

See her post below;

The journey of life gives us an opportunity to learn everyday. I have been humbled in the last few days about a post from, Beverly Afaglo apparently responding to comments I made about her dear husband, Choirmaster on Glitterati. Watching the playback of the recording I admit I might have gone a bit too far with some of my words used to describe the current state of his trade. They were rather unsavory and I apologise unreservedly and take them back, i know it has taken a lot for you to build your brand, only for me to use those words to describe it…again i retract and apologise… However it is heartbreaking and unfortunate that Beverly thought the best way she could support her dear husband was attack my personality. I did not attack anyone’s personality. I spoke about his craft. I didn’t say he was ugly, uncivilized, sexually weak or anything of the sort. I kept it to his craft. His trade. And even the night before Beverly’s post i sent a text apologising to choir master, immediately i heard he wasn’t happy about what i said..only for me to wake up in the morning to read about this issue almost everywhere, an issue that before ‘the insulting post’, just a handful of a house hold knew about… now the ‘whole world’ knows and is asking, who serwaa is and what she said. it’s okay If Beverly believes she has earned the right to call me a prostitute, a cheap attention seeker, a worthless wanna be star and all that, I thank her. But lemme address 4 things 1. You unfortunately put up a wrong picture, thinking it was me, thus psychologically affecting the person whose picture you used. 2. I never insulted your husband’s being, or never got personal with him or his family. I spoke about what he has made open to millions of Ghanaians, his career.




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