Cameroonian veteran screen actor, Lynno Lovert, a young and vibrant upcoming African super star apologizes to his friend, Jeffrey Epule, whom he is accused of punching during a birthday celebration in Buea.
So sad to see these two stars in such a messed-up scene but so proud to see them coming back minutes after their problem.
Lyno’s message to Epule and the public.
“I think it is the right time for me to come out and say this to all my fans, family and friends. I know most of you are disappointed in me for my actions towards my friend Epule Jeffrey. I want you to know you are right to be angry and disappointed. I am disappointed in myself as well because I believe as two adults we could and should have handled our differences more maturely. It is a shame that we let ourselves to behave so poorly in public but I want you all to know Jeffrey and I sat down yesterday and I apologized to him and I’m still going to say it again. Jeffrey, I am so sorry for what I did to you and I wished I didn’t let anger get the best of me. I have preached peace for so long and yet I let anger got the better of me. For all who have extended their opinions and for all who have reached out to both of us I want to sincerely appreciate you for it and thank you very much for not giving up on us. And to my fans, family and friends I say I’m so sorry for being so childish and irresponsible. There is more to me than violence and I strongly condemn violence of any sort. I want to believe we have both learnt from it and we are rising above it big. Hope you continue to support and love us. I also want to appreciate people like The delegate of Culture for southwest, Mr Atem Ebai Jerome, The board Chairman of the Cameroon film Industry Mr Alexander, Mr BillyBob Ndive Lifongo, Mr Musi Waa and Mr Chi Chi Ladislav who never gave up on us but rather stood as mediators for peace between us. Thank you all so much”.