Baisiwa D-Hammond apologizes to GhOne viewers over Tic-Tac’s interview

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Host of GH One TV’s ‘GH Today’, Baisiwa D-Hammond has apologized to viewers for the manner in which their interview with Tic Tac ended.

Tic Tac walked out of the live interview, Friday.

The hiplife artiste while answering to questions about his feud with Shatta Wale, felt offended when Shatta Wale’s video was shown on the screen.

“Are you playing Shatta Wale’s video? Is it because we are talking about him (Shatta Wale)? I did not come here to promote Shatta Wale,” he said and left the studio despite attempts by the host to offer an explanation and resolve the issue.

In a tweet, Baisiwa D-Hammond apologized to viewers, adding that the video was played not with any malicious intent.

“With respect to the interview with hiplife artist Tic Tac some few minutes ago, we apologize that the interview did not end as planned. We want to state that the song wasn’t played with any malice intended and we apologize unreservedly to viewers,” her tweet read.

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