Apass: I am sorry Flavia.

An apology doesn’t mean that you were wrong, or the other person was right. It means that your relationship is more valuable than your ego. Could this be the school of thought where Apass has graduated? About half an hour ago, the “Memories” singer has made a public apology to Flavia Tumusiime.

[Tweet ““I am sorry Tumusiime Flavia. i honestly don’t want us to drown in this drama.” Apass”]

“I am human and when we make mistakes we have to make triple effort to fix it.” One can imagine His voice was soft, his tone not dismayed or disappointed, but disillusioned. The apology was there, ready to come out— in this situation there is little that I can do but, I am sorry Tumusiime Flavia. Sorry for my actions.

It was as if something in him snapped. Apass advanced on social media(Facebook), backing his pride against the wall, not touching bits of his ego and withholding nothing, accepted full responsibility for his actions.

[Tweet “I take responsibility for my mistake because i am in wrong and I want you to feel happy- Apass”]

Why? Apass doesn’t have to apologize, may be for using social media, according to a comment on Facebook. Alexander is defined as a gentleman with discipline and down to earth as per the same mention. People have associated with this declaration admitting to being crazy about people they admire and loved.

Tomorrow Apass will be on #TheOverDrive show hosted by Lucky from 3pm. We hope he can tell the story.

By Tukundane Yonna