Ghanaian comic actor, Comedian Waris has extended an unqualified apology to the management of Quick Credit Investment Micro-Credit over a mimicking skit that appeared to have provoked the company.
As a sign of remorse, he said he has pulled the video from social media.
In the said skit titled “Birthday Delivery Guy”, the comedian donned a Quick Credit T-shirt and tried securing his funds from another person with a cutlass- wryly mimicking the mode the company uses in demanding repayment of loans.
In response to this video on Wednesday, Quick Credit distanced itself from the content and threatened legal action against the actor.
In reaction, Comedian Waris apologised in a new video he splashed on his social media pages.
“This video I’m doing is in relation with a video I did a couple of days ago where I used the brand logo o Quick Credit Savings and Loans without their permission. They are not part of the collaboration in any way so I’m here to apologise.”
He added, “I have actually pulled down the video because I realized it wasn’t sitting well with them. It was for pure entertainment and nothing else and it has nothing to do with how they operate or whatever they do….I’m apologizing for using their logo that way. I’m so sorry”