Angel FM presenter, Appiah Kubi reported earlier today that, some Ghanaians attacked him on social media after he wrongfully pronounced Medikal's name while presenting news on live radio earlier today.
He revealed that, he and his other colleagues who were on duty during the midday news bulleting have suffered massive attacks and trolls from many Ghanaians.
According to Appiah Kubi, the wrongful pronunciation of Medikal's name during the news bulleting was just a normal slip of tongue and it could happen to anyone at anytime.
The presenter wrongfully pronounced Medikal's name as 'Chemikal' and has since been receiving trolls and attacks from all over.
According to Appiah, some people have even visited him in his private inbox to attack and descend on him for his highly regrettable doing.
“I am not having it easy today at all. Just this afternoon, I mistakenly pronounced Medikal's name as Chemikal and I have been attacked by Ghanaians several times on social media already. Some people have even visited my inbox to troll me”, he revealed.
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