Yoruba actor Kehinde Adams aka Lege Miami has tendered an unreserved apology to the Theatre Arts and Motion Pictures Practitioners Association of Nigeria, TAMPAN, over the verbal war he had with Nollywood actress, Nkechi Blessing.
Recall that both thespians have been at each others throat on social media over the recent arrest of their colleague, Baba Ijesha, who has been accused of s3xually molesting a 14-year-old minor.
The actress in a previous post on her social media page had earlier called out the actor for showing support for the embattled Baba Ijesha, while Lege Miami also accused her of disrespecting him over Baba Ijesha.
In a live video with Yomi Fabiyi, Lege Miami accused the light-skinned thespian of disrespecting him.
Reacting to the video, Nkechi Blessing took to her Instagram stories to further drag him. Calling him an illiterate and said she has no time to waste on him.
The thespians were subsequently suspended by TAMPAN which in a statement called on indigenous movie directors in the film industry not to engage the services of either of the suspended actors.
This has forced Lege Miami to appeal his suspension while Nkechi Blessing renounced her association with TAMPAN in an Instagram live video with a popular blogger on Monday evening.
In a minute video, he captioned “(I) am sorry” on his social media page, Lege Miami tendered his unreserved apology to the “pillars” of TAMPAN while he played a song by veteran Fuji singer, Adewale Ayuba, further pleading forgiveness.
The actress, on the other hand, questioned the rationale behind her suspension adding that every individual has a right to air their opinion(s) on their social media platforms.
She asked rhetorically; “How do you suspend me when I have never been part of your association?”