Koffi Olamide: I Beg You To Forgive Me

Following his deportation form Kenya over assaulting one of his dancers, Koffi Olomide has apologised for the second time to his fans.

Koffi Olomide and his family

Koffi Olomide and his family

The first apology was in Kenya, where he committed the incident Friday but this couldn’t save him from being deported. On arriving home, DRC, the ‘Selfie’ hit maker came out Sunday and apologised again.


“Once again I would like to apologize to my friend(s), brothers, sisters, fans and especially to the WOMAN and CHILDREN, I beg you to give me your forgiveness.”


Unlike the first apology, fans appear to have forgiven him following the second apology though advised him to take anger management solutions.

Hilaire Mouaffo

What the video has presented to us what is beneath you, Mr. Olomide.
For a singer of your caliber, it really is deplorable and you tried to take to witness one of your dancers with whom you made a video for saying that what you is accused was not true, and yet!
I dare not think that this is how you usually abuse of these dancers and if that’s the case, it is time to positively change because good equipment doesn’t give you one more second on earth and always remember From This: Vanity of vanities, all is vanity.
Forgiveness is biblical and who am I to not give it to you? Only your acts will say if you learned of this disappointing incident or not. I put you back in your conscience.


Fernand Dédeh  A normal man has the right to four mistakes, four fault of his birth to his death… Count your mistakes or your faults. How many do you have? Brother, we appreciate your music… But hitting a woman, like you did it, we do not accept it! No, you must remain worthy in all circumstances.


Betty Mwamba Koffi humility precedes the glory you should have done this from the beginning but better late than never we have to forgive Chris Brown but respect your dancers she are not dancers and they have contributed to the aesthetics of your success in short we spend On to something else.


Koffi Olomide was deported Saturday to Kinshasa, DRC aboard Kenya Airways after he assaulted one of his female dancer at JKIA Friday.


The Rhumba maestro was arrested outside Royal Media Services offices Friday evening and taken to JKIA police station where he spent the night in police cells.


Olomide had just been interviewed on Citizen TV before police apprehended him and his dancers.


The musician was arrested after a video of him assaulting one of his dancers went viral.