Social media were thrown into chaos after viral video of self acclaimed bodyguard of Asante Hene, Otumfour Osei Tutu who goes by the name Nash was seen threatening to behead Dormaahene if he dare disrespect Otumfour.
The video caught so much attention and criticism from top Muslim leaders and other Ghanaians who vehemently condemned the guy.
Today in a new video, Nash have come out to apologize to the Dormaahene. In the video, Nash accepted that he is at fault and very sorry for using those unprintable words against the auspice Chief.
He said after the video went viral, many elders have called and condemned the video and have asked him to come out to the general public and apologize.
"Please forgive, I am your grandchild and I have wronged you, I have realized my mistakes and I am very sorry. I take back all the words I used in the video. I spoke out of anger but I am very sorry. If you give me the opportunity, I will come to your feet to apologize" some lines from his video.
Meanwhile, watch full video below;
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