The Nigerian-based Chicago man Solomon Idowu, who was accosted by Afrobeats singer, Seun Kuti at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport for issuing death threats has now apologized.
This comes hours after the youngest son of Afrobeats icon, Fela Kuti stopped him from travelling, stating that he has a case to answer for threatening his life and that of his family.
The man had initially put up a tough front and stood on his words, but at some point bowed to pressure by apologizing to Seun Kuti.
Taking responsibility for his actions, he stated in a recorded video that he should be held accountable should any harm come to Seun Kuti in Chicago.
“If anything happens to Seun, my name is Solomon Idowu; I am a citizen of the United States, and I live in Chicago. If anything happens to Seun in Chicago I’ll be responsible. This is because of some miscommunications between us,” he stated.
He, however, offered a hand of friendship to the Seun which was immediately rejected.
Watch The Video Below;
For threatening to k!ll Seun Kuti if the musician comes to Chicago, Seun made him do this! pic.twitter.com/HapHCkpOUS
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