- Kafui Danku has apologised to Leila Djansi over some comments she made about her on social media
- The actress went on Facebook to retract her earlier words about the movie director
- Leila took to the comment section of the apology post to express her feelings about the whole matter
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Actress and producer Kafui Danku, has apologised to Leila Djansi following accusations she made on Facebook about the latter being a dangerous person.
In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh Kafui Danku took to the same platform she made her earlier accusations, to apologise to her friend and colleague, Leila Djansi over her rants.
In the post she made and was sighted by Zionfelix.net, Kafui indicated that her anger got the better of her and she reacted without even listening to Leila’s side of the story.
According to Kafui Danku, the person who allegedly snitched on Djansi misinformed her adding that she was taking back all the accusations albeit in a state of regret.
Kafui added that she and Leila had spoken on and had peacefully clarified the issues that arose leading to their near misunderstanding.
Kafui’s Facebook read: “Emotions can ruin …. infact anger is terrible… I overreacted without hearing Leila’s side of the story …I’ve been on the phone with her over an hour … We got to the bottom of the issue, my source is flawed … charley , I should have known better … Leila Afua Djansi I apologize, that wasn’t meant to dent your image. Tsoekem.”
Baby Lorde's mum then ended by indicating that she was not in any way trying to impugn the enviable reputation of Djansi.
Leila Djansi who was in the comment section following the apology, noted that she was "beautifully broken"
Excerpts of her comment read: "If I had gone and committed suicide yesterday, this post would be pointless. There are always 3 sides to a story. Never encourage a gossip. Make sure all parties accused are present, and then allow everyone to make their case. Thank you for being a decent human to admit things coulda been done better."
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Leila Djansi had come out to narrate her part of the story when Kafui Danku took a matter between them on social media.
In other news, the mother of Theophilus Tagoe, famed as Castro who went missing some years ago, has spoken in a recent interview following claims that she was poor and dejected.
While speaking in a radio interview on Onua FM, Castro's mother said claims made by Lawyer Maurice Ampaw to the effect that she was now dejected and poor following her son's disappearance, were false.
She went on to say that she did not know Lawyer Maurice Ampaw and had never seen him in person before.
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