I Have Contributed Negatively or Positively to the Nigerian Music Industry, Please forgive Me…Terry G Begs
After wide criticism of his dirty act by slapping Jimmy Jatt's DJ during an event over the weekend, Terry G, seems to have come to his senses as he has tendered an open apology letter to DJ Jimmy Jatt and Association of Nigerian DJs.
The singer cried out that people only sought to take one sided view on issues without hearing from him but noted that he is not a saint but human with feelings.
The apology letter is coming after a press release went viral to all DJs both within and outside the country restricting them from playing the songs of the singer in any platform.
Read his open letter below;
OPEN APPOLOGY LETTER TO DJ JIMMY JATT AND NIGERIAN DJS Association
It's so painfull how things play out this days hearing from just one side.Am not here to paint myself good or perfect. I am only human and have feelings. Looking back to how this journey of my career started, it's been one issue or the other.The negative ones fly like wild fire while the positive ones is not as wild as the negative stories but all the same God has been faithful.
I Terry G will be the last person to wanna ruin a colleagues event intentionally or want to hurt anybody.Good or bad i have contributed Negatively or Positively to the Nigerian music industry.
My sincere apology to Nigerians number one DJ dj Jimmy Jatt for you have been a good leader in the Nigerian entertainment Industry, I also extend my apology to Dj Phreez for my actions it was due to miscommunication and my sincere Apology to the DJS ASSOCIATION OF NIGERIA without you guys, my music will be a total nonesense
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