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Smelling Lawsuits? Radio Host Apologises For Looking On As Slay Queen Denigrates Female Personalities

Filmmaker turned entertainment show host Michael Kwaku Ola has rendered an “unqualified apology” to personalities who were slighted in a recent on-air interview with   ‘slay queen’  Mona Gucci.

In a post sighted by  Ghana’s Hub For Pop Culture & Urban Entertainment News – www.nydjlive.com, the host said;

“APOLOGY ENTERTAINMENT GH

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, yesterday, 25th May 2020. It was never the intention of myself nor my team to denigrate or disrespect any of the wonderful ladies whose names came up through our discussion.

I apologise for any harm or disconcertment that our discussion might have caused anyone. I am sorry. My team is sorry. And we will apologise for any harm or disconcertment that our discussion might have caused anyone. I am sorry. My team is sorry. And we will make sure such things never happen ever again.
Signed,

Michael K. Ola Host- Entertainment Gh,

Neat 1 00.9fm. ”

Mona Gucci in the said interview dubbed “Secret Lives of Slay Queens” described a number of personalities including TV broadcaster Nana Aba Anamoah as the ‘mother’ of slay queens in Ghana and alleged she’s used to pimping several other girls in the industry.

She also described lawyer Sandra Ankobiah as an expensive slay queen who would not go down for cheap considering her lifestyle. She described most of the female celebrities as slay queens who sleep around to finance their luxurious lifestyles.

Reliable information available to Ghana’s Hub For Pop Culture & Urban Entertainment News – www.nydjlive.com indicates a number of personalities who felt denigrated in the said interview are readying to file legal actions against the media house for the unrepairable damaged caused them.

The media outfit has also deleted the video interview off their social media platforms and YouTube.

In a post on Facebook, the radio station issued a disclaimer distancing itself from all the damaging exposé by the said slay queen Mona Gucci.