Upcoming actress Nkechi Sunday has apologised for saying hurtful things to top actress Juliet Ibrahim after she shared an opinion about a video clip of a scene acted by Sunday surfaced on social media. In the video, Nkechi Sunday had asked the director of the movie to cut due to the fact that she couldn’t go on acting after her co-actor slapped her. The slap was part of the scene but Sunday asked to stop because the hit was too painful for her. Sunday, who had said hurtful words to Ibrahim after she shared her opinion about scene, asked peace on Instagram. The lady stated that she had let her emotions get in the way of her actions.
She sincerely apologised to the top actress. She noted that she is well brought up and she shouldn’t have acted the way she did.
“Dear Juliet Ibrahim my name is Nkechi Blessing sunday. I write this to address what really went wrong yesterday,Yesterday I was very emotional and i allowed my emotions get the best part of me and I said alot of hurtful things to a fellow woman which i am not proud of so I am here to say I am SORRY to Juliet Ibrahim. Even though she said alot to me herself but that does not matter what matters is I like to let go of my hurt and make peace . I am a woman and well brought up and I should not have let my emotions get the best part of me. I am not afraid of criticism, please i love to learn and i love to be taught by people who have been there before me. But the comment came off wrongly. I felt like i was been talked down on my talent and abilities, and yesterday was not the best day for me as i was dealing with alot myself so all this added to me blowing off but this is not me making excuses but me making peace and correcting whatever wrong impression about me yesterday must have created in the minds of people. Once again i am sorry to everyone who I have disappointed by my actions. This are people that love and have great respect and expectations for me but I let them down. I should have acted differently. Also to juliet Ibrahim I am sorry and I Open my arms for love and peace I hope you will kindly embrace it. We are all women we should love and support each other not fight each other. Thank you all and have a blessed holiday…Cc @julietibrahim”