Ghanaian comedian Derrick Kobinah Bonney aka DKB has rendered an apology after his recent racist comment in referring to a tweep who shared an opinion on a post as a PIG went viral.
The comedian in a post on Twitter admitted celebrities were human as well and accepted his post was racially insensitive. He stated his post was not intended to offended anyone.
Check out his post.
I accept my comment was racially insensitive.
I do sincerely apologise for it.
No offence intended.
Celebs are human after all, err bound🙏.
— DKB #KaabuAme (@dkbghana) June 6, 2016
DKB on Monday June 6 2016 incurred the wrath of a number of people on social media after a screen shot of a Twitter conversation with a tweep went viral.
His tweet which bothered on religion sought to find out why people believed did not believe in God.
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