“I Let Us Down”: Misred Profoundly Apologises

Bubbly media personality, Misred has apologised for the comments she made about the #ZimbabweanLivesMatter movement during an interview with a Ghanaian radio station.


The vivacious radio personality, real name Samantha Musa, caused massive outrage and received a lot of backlash from Zimbabweans on social media when she appeared to trivialise the struggles and human rights abuses taking place in Zimbabwe.

After initially appearing defiant and unapologetic, Misred appears to have had a change of heart and realised the error of her ways. She has since backtracked and issued an apology in which she acknowledges that she should not have spoken on the subject. She also says that she has listened to all the feedback that she has received on the subject.
“I Let Us Down”: Misred Profoundly Apologises

Writing on social media, Misred says,

Dear fellow Zimbabweans, I really do want to say, I am sorry I let us down. I am sorry that my words have caused pain and have resulted in so many of you feeling that I have let our cause down.

I have listened to all the feedback and concerns raised and although my temptation has been to explain away the pain, I do agree I could have articulated our plight much more clearly. In hindsight, I should have declined the interview given the gravity of the cause.

I want you to know I share the pain and daily struggles we all experience and do not in any way trivialize this. #ZimbabweanLivesMatter and this is not negotiable. Again, my profound apologies.


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