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Dancer Paa Tee apologises to Ghanaians for insulting them


Ghanaian veteran dancer popularly known as Paa Tee has apologized to his fans and the general public for using unprintable words in his last live video.

The dancer earlier in a video shared what he calls ‘traumatic’ experience at the Kotoka International Airport.

According to him, his flight to Germany was canceled due to President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo’s directive on the closure of all borders in the country, thus land, air, and sea as a measure of containing the spread of Coronavirus.

According to the dancer, he had booked his ticket to Germany together with his family, and only got the information about the travel ban at the airport.

In an interview with, Paa Tee said hundreds of passengers were stranded at the airport after KLM called passengers that their flight to their destination was set.

“…I had a call from KLM that I’m to board my flight to my destination…, so I got to the airport and was told we won’t be able to embark on the journey due to the scare of the pandemic Covid_19” he said.

The popular choreographer said his experience at the airport was terrible, which made him go live on his Facebook page to use vulgar words on Ghanaians and politicians.

“What happened at the airport was really uncalled for because at that moment we were denied access to our flight after queuing for 2hours”.


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