Lydia Jazmine Forgives Mc Ibrah, Writes Letter to Him

Lydia Jazmine has accepted Mc Ibrah’s apology. Jazmine was offended by Ibrah after the latter said offensive words directed at the singer during his show, Wolokoso on Star TV.
Jazmine asked for an apology from Ibrah who alleged that she had conceived and aborted. He linked the aborted baby to Fik Fameika. Jazmine and Fameika are said to be dating.
Ibrah did not hesitate to apologize. He took to his social media to say he was sorry and promised to do better going forward. His show has, however, been removed off the air by management as investigations into his conduct start.
On Thursday, Jazmine met with Ibrah where they decided to mend any differences. Ibrah admitted he had errored.
To communicate his forgiveness, Jazmine has written to Mc Ibrah. Here is the note;
To forgive is divine. The weak can never forgive because forgiveness is an attribute for the strong.
Forgiveness isn’t approving what happened, it’s choosing to rise above it.
I want to thank all my fans, friends and family for standing with me all the way and I kindly request you all to please forgive Mc Ibrah because God is the overall judge who sees it all and is always in control.
We have won so many battles even bigger than this. Let’s leave it all to God.
I want to make it clear that who I’m dating isn’t an issue but when it comes to children I’m very passionate and sensitive.
For that matter I was offended with the ‘unborn children’ insults that were uttered for children are innocent and a blessing to every woman.
We all deserve that respect and happiness. Every woman can give birth, no one is exempted from it.
I look after many kids and I have a dream of having my own children at the right time. No woman deserves this kind of disrespect and treatment.
The bottom line is that Mc Ibrah apologised for his insulting, false and demeaning statements about me.
He promised that he will never at any one point repeat it or ever attack any other person again. I hope the gentleman keeps his promise.
With all that said, let’s spread more love not hate, support and uplift each other but not bringing one another down and be more positive because we shall all win.


Audrey Ninsiima