Rhumba maestro Koffi Olomide has once again asked for forgiveness following an incident that saw him get deported from the country.
The Ekotite singer sent a one-minute video message pleading with Kenyans to pardon him following a public altercation with a female dancer at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA).
In his message – which aired last night on Churchill Show – Koffi said he is just a human being adding that issuing the apology was the most bold thing he has ever done in his life.
“My brothers my sisters of Kenya this is Koffi. Through Churchill show, I wanted to say hi to you and send you a message of love, of respect, of friendship. I’m sorry for what happened last time and my prayer is you forgive me for what happened. I’m only a human being despite being the superstar Koffi Olomide,” he stated.
The Congolese musician also said many people wouldn’t believe that he can apologize for his mistakes and went on to reiterate that he was ready to do it again from the bottom of his heart.
Koffi was kicked out of the country in July this year after a video clip which showed him kicking one of his female dancers went viral on social media.
Watch the video below.