Funsi-based Ghanaian musician, Wiyaala has apologised for the video she released recently attacking some entertainment pundits for saying that she is not part of the Ghana Music industry.
According to her, her followers and fans thought she should not have given them that attention because it was needless.
While speaking in an interview on Accra-based 3FM monitored by MyNewsGh.com, the singer apologised to people she hurt saying “even if people insult me, I forgive them the bottom of my heart. I want to apologise to my fans for that video because some of them were surprised”.
The songstress Wiyaala while talking about the impact of COVID-19 on her budding career said that she has been forced to suspend 53 shows she was booked for in Europe.
According to her, the pandemic has really affected her craft but has also been a blessing in disguise as she’s using the opportunity to edit and directing some of her videos.
“Since I can’t have directors and video makers come around, I’m using my graphic design skills to edit and direct my videos,” she said.
Wiyaala in a video she recorded after watching a show on Youtube where Arnold Asamoah said she was not part of the entertainemnt space in Ghana because she concentrates on Europe more than Ghana asked pundits to stop discussing her.
According to her, she will not be an idiot to expose her private parts just in the name of winning some award which will not have any role to play in her career.
She indicated that it’s time pundits stop mentioning her name in their discussions because.