It wasn't me - Young man reported to have said he wants to 'chop' DJ Switch speaks in video

It wasn't me - Young man reported to have said he wants to 'chop' DJ Switch speaks in video

- The young man who has gone viral for some unpleasant comments on Facebook has spoken

- Richard Amoah revealed that he was not the one who made the unsavory comment under DJ Switch's post

- He went on to reveal that it was probably the work of his detractors or a hacker

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Richard Amoah a young Ghanaian man whose Facebook profile made a comment under young prodigy DJ Switch's post has spoken for the first time on the matter.

In a video sighted by on Instagram, Richard Amoah was seen explaining how the whole incident happened.

According to him, the post was not made by himself since he is a very busy person in real life.

It wasn't me - Young man reported to have said he wants to 'chop' DJ Switch speaks in video
DJ Switch. Source: Instagram/DJ Switch
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In giving a possible explanation as to how the comment appeared in his name under DJ Switch's post, Richard Amoah indicated that it might have been the work of a hacker or hater.

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The young man indicated that he started receiving a lot of notifications from Facebook and wanted to know what exactly was happening.

He recounted that when he checked his profile, he realized he had received tons of messages with some being advice, a number of criticism and lots of insults.

Richard Amoah continued that he went on to investigate why he was receiving so much backlash only to realize that his Facebook profile had posted "I for chop this kiddie", under a post made by DJ Switch.

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According to him, he was more than 100% certain that he was not the one who made the post and went on to blame it on a hacker or hater who has access to his profile and was using it to cause harm to his personality.

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After the comment was made with Richard's profile, many well-meaning Ghanaians took it upon themselves to report the Facebook profile for it to be blocked.

The issue was so serious that it got many high-profile Ghanaians like Charlotte Osei calling out Richard Amoah and asking him to seek help.

Meanwhile, popular actress and TV show host, AJ Poundz, known by the real name Matilda Adjoa Densu, has made a big announcement after she welcomed a bouncy baby girl.

Reports making rounds on social media have it that the Onua TV star put to birth on September 21, 2020, at an undisclosed health facility in Accra.

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Following the birth of her baby girl, AJ took to her social media page to tell the whole world about her new bundle of joy.

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