Highlife musician, Kurl Songx, says he felt betrayed after his interview on the popular TV Show, ‘The Delay Show’ was aired.
The ‘Jennifer Lomotey’ hitmaker granted an interview on the Delay show in January.
In the course of the interview, he stated that he did not have a girlfriend as of that time.
He, however, added he had a lot of women who satisfy him sexually.
But the ‘Feeling’ singer has expressed deep hurts at that part of the interview in a recent interview with Doreen Avio on ‘Let’s Talk Showbiz’ on JoyNews.
According to Kurl Songx, even though he made those comments, he asked Delay not to air that part of the interview which she agreed to.
“After the interview, I told her that, please I felt I didn’t speak well here, so I’m pleading can you edit it out, I will appreciate it,” he said.
But as was clearly seen from the interview, that was not done and Kurl says he felt betrayed when that part was aired.
He believes that, this is a an act of betray from the host to promote her show.
“I felt really betrayed because I kept on repeating over and over again but it was because she wanted to sell her show and not my brand. She didn’t really care about my brand so I have learnt my lessons. If I offend you and I apologize and you say, ‘no’, because you want to sell your show in your selfish interest, fair enough,” he said.
He also added that he does not see the need to pursue it because the harm had already been caused.
But he insisted that it was wrong for Delay to still air the interview because, him being honest does not mean he should be seen as a bad person in public.
Kurl Songx used the platform to apologize to all women who were offended by his comments.
“I am pleading with Ghanaians that whatever I said if you felt disrespected. That’s not who I am, I’m am truly sorry. The fact that I was being honest, maybe at that point I didn’t speak well but I am not that kind of person,” he said.
Kurl Songx is currently promoting his new single, ‘Trumpet’ which is already receiving a lot of airplay on media platforms.
Watch Kurl’s interview with Delay below;
Peace Agyare is an entrepreneur and a graduate from The Institute of Business Management and Journalism-Kumasi(Ghana). She holds an HND in communication and is currently working at Ghafla Ghana