Stream Insights | 28 April 2012 02:48 CET

Journalists demand apology from Majid Michel

By Ben Njoku
Ghanaian play boy actor,Majid Michel who was overjoyed after winning the Best Actor for his role in 'Somewhere in Africa' thought he was playing another movie role, when he went out of his way hours before the awards night to rain curse on Nigerian journalists.

Trouble started when the actor grabbed the microphone at a press conference to defend Morris Chestnut, who was accused of making a derogatory statement about Eko hotel.

Rather than address the issue, Majid resorted to abusing Nigerian journalists and calling them names; “ They go about writing fake stories, let them continue to write until they die.” the actor fumed.

Angered by this insulting statement, movie journalists at the event insisted that Majid must be made to apologise to them. Fortunately, AMAA officials intervened and saved the situation.

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