Popular Sierra Leonean Rapper and Musician, Alhaji Amadu Bah popularly known as Boss La  has apologised to Journalist and Station Manager of Radio Democracy, Asmaa James after using abusive words on her in a live video on Sunday.

Boss La had criticized Asmaa James after Radio Democracy aired the news about a bench warrant placed on him for failing to appear in court last week Monday.

The news went viral which made the rapper debunked the news that he was not given a bench warrant and the news was fake.

“You don’t have something to say, you want me to call out who is using you, are you not talking about those that are using you, Asmaa James! Let me call you out now, you don’t have something to talk about, have you gone mad?” – He abused.

On the video, Boss La mentioned that he was together with Asmaa James the previous day before the publication of the news. The rapper said she would have gotten his own side of the story but she went ahead and publish without his own side. He added that the journalist is trying to tarnish his image.

Boss La continued with anger. “Bastard pikin. Next time I see you I will urinate on your face. Asmaa James that what I said 98.1. I will call you out. Bastard pikin, political lady living a rubbish life.” – He blasted. Boss La boasted that, Asmaa and her team will not bring him down. “You think you are able to bring me down including your journalists”- Boss La bragged. “You should be ashamed of yourself. Leave me alone, I am not the only human being and musician in this country” – he declared.

While reacting to the attack on Monday morning, Asmaa James wrote;

“Good morning my people,

“Many of you have reached out with regards to a certain derogatory video going around social media, insulting my personality. I am equally shocked and lost for words.

“The fact is, last week Monday, Radio Democracy aired a story in which a Magistrate of the Court of Sierra Leone is said to have ordered a bench warrant for the musician and rapper, popularly known as LAJ. I honestly don’t know how come he chose to publicly insult me for something I have absolutely nothing to do with.

“It has not been an easy 24 -hour for me and my family.

“However, be rest assured that my family and I will take the appropriate lawful action.

“Thank you all for your concerns and love.”

However, it seems like RFM Rapper has now learnt his lessons and regrets his actions.

He wrote;

“Open Letter To Asmaa James and The Women Of Sierra Leone”

“I Alhaji Amadu Bah aka Boss (LAJ) I am writing really deeply sorry for the unethical behavior I did on my live video on Saturday 11/12/21, I still can’t believe nor decipher what went through my mind then that I became so rude and let my anger get the best of me and I did the thinkable. For that I’ll say I am sorry to Asmaa James/family and the Women of Sierra Leone.

“There is no justification for what I did and for that I’ll say sorry to the women of Sierra Leone, my family, friends, fans and supporters.

“I have been through a lot for the past couple of years, and it somewhat having a negative effect of mental health and I got overwhelmed during the live, no excuses whatsoever for my actions and I take full responsibility.

“I am human and I am liable to mistakes and I regret what I did.

“Bad bush nor day for troway bad pikin,padi or fambul, we all don komot far so duya r de beg me Salone people dem, una sorry me duya. All RFM fans una keep de peace duya.

“Please accept my apologies.

“Yours Sincerely,
Alhaji Amadu Bah aka King Boss LA“