Edward Asafu Adjaye, Ghanaian socialite and fellow Culture Management Group member (Afrochella), popularly known as Deezy on social media has finally broken his silence on sexual assault claims levelled against him.
Following a reported story that broke out regarding a string of sexual harassment accusations from ladies on social media a month ago, the socialite has finally apologised.
The allegations led to the suspension of Deezy as President of the Culture Management Group (CMG), the organisers of Afrochella. In a press statement released, the popular music festival organizers said “Culture Management Group has zero tolerance for any form of harassment, discrimination, or violence”.
He posted the apology via his Twitter page.
“This apology is long overdue. But it was necessary to take time to fully process and reflect on everything that’s happened. I firstly want everyone, most especially the women on the receiving end of those communications, to know that from the bottom of my heart, I’m truly sorry and absolutely ashamed about all of it,” he said.
He added that “I did not carry myself in a respectable manner at all and that behavior is not acceptable from me or anyone for that matter. There are no words that can possibly convey how remorseful I am but I believe the best apology is changed behavior and so from now on, I will dedicate myself to being much more.”