Ghana’s goalkeeper Razak Braimah might have been highed to broadcast a video of himself insulting Ghanaians for criticizing him at the ongoing AFCON tournament in Gabon
The Number one goalie of the senior national football team the Black Stars on monday morning took to social media platform Facebook and heavily rained insults on some Ghanaians who have been criticizing him.
In the sixteen minutes video, the cordoba keeper used a number of unprintable words in reaction to his critics. F**k offs were ordinary in every sentence he made in the video.
Upon close monitoring of the video, Razak did state at the latter part of the video saying “this is now over me” telling his friend who he was recording the video to allow him spill a venom.
The friend we are told is referred to as Rasta which Razak mentioned his name in the video. This according to multiple report trooping indicating the goalkeeper might have been under the influence of marijuana where he got highed when he was chatting with his “rasta” friend.
Razak has subsequently apologized 6hrs after the video broadcast. Below is his apology.
APOLOGY BY RAZAK BRIMAH OVER FACEBOOK COMMENTS
I have reflected over some comments I made this morning on Facebook and I wish to render my sincere apologies for these unguarded comments.
I accept that as an ambassador for my country Ghana and a role model for many across the globe, I should not have reacted this way even in the face of the insults directed at my mother.
The words I used are unacceptable and offensive and does not represent my true values.
I hope the general public will accept my apology as I focus on helping the Black Stars to win the Africa Cup of Nations title.
I also want to use this opportunity to thank the fans for the overwhelming support they have given the Black Stars that has helped us to reach this stage of the competition.
Signed: Razak Brimah