“It was all a prank” – Nana Aba Anamoah

imagesTelevision personality, Nana Aba Anamoah has apologised for posting a picture of her which suggested she was at a Manchester United football game in London last Sunday.

The picture happened to belong to another person. But the host of TV3’s New Day edited the photo and published it, thus angering the owner of the actual photo who subsequently released other photos to show that the photos belonged to him and not Nana Aba.

Social media fanatics have since been mocking the TV host by publishing several pictures with her edited into them to suggest she has been at several locations at different times.

Nana Aba has since been mum on social media.

But on Thursday, she took to twitter to explain why she did that and went further to apologise to her fans.

She tweeted, “My intention was not to steal someone’s pictures as mine. Absolutely not,”

“It was all meant to be an innocent prank. Sorry to all who got offended by that joke. I have learnt my lessons. Some jokes are really expensive indeed.”

“Should I have explained earlier? Yes. But I was mourning the loss of my dad in London at the same time. He died 2 weeks ago,” she explained.

Nana Aba who is also an ardent fun of Manchester United maintained her unflinching support for the football club saying “my deep passion for Man U remains unchanged. I am a football fanatic.”