Comedian DKB has told Showbiz all ‘differences’ between him and former First Lady, Nana Konadu Agyemang Rawlings, have been laid to rest and that there are no hard feelings between the two.
Talking about the conversation that went on between them, DKB said Nana Konadu Agyemang Rawlings explained why she walked out of the auditorium and advised him against using vulgarity in his acts.
“She told me she could not stand the amount of vulgarity I used in my jokes at the event. As a comedian, I admitted that what she said was correct. I agree with her because I know how easy it is to get complacent and think you are the best at what you do.
I admit that I did not pay attention to most of my jokes and that is what led to her walking out,” he said.
DKB, the King of Ghana Comedy, added that he has taken the advice from the former First Lady to heart and will look to improve his act.
“It takes two to tango and so if I had not been poor on the night, she would not have reacted the way she did,” he said.
This comes after Nana Konadu Agyemang Rawlings walked out on DKB’s performance at the Easter Comedy Show, describing the comedian as boring and vulgar due to the nature of some of his jokes on the night.
DKB described Nana Konadu Agyemang Rawlings’ walkout and criticism as deeply depressing and a low point for him. However, it seems all this is now in the past following the chance meeting between the two over the weekend.
DKB posted a video and various pictures he took with the former First Lady on his social media pages to indicate to his fans and the world that all is well between the two of them.