The Ghanaian actress dropped her debut single “Fa me ko” and it has attracted trolling from social media users who described the song as one not pleasing to the ears.

Adding his comic twist to trolling, DKB shared a video of himself talking about the song which he rated 75 per cent good.

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However, according to Emelia Brobbey, who was speaking on Hitz FM this morning, she feels insulted by the comedian’s comment about her song.

Derrick Kobina Bonney (DKB)
Derrick Kobina Bonney (DKB)

She cited other comedians who created funny contents around her song to justify that they did better without insulting her, unlike DKB.

DKB in response to Emelia Brobbey’s comment has apologized to her, subtly jabbing her as he emphasises that he never insulted her in any way.