Pamela, the woman identified as the dancer who was physically assaulted by Koffi Olomide has spoken out saying she was not attacked by the Congolese singer. What?
The video evidence showed Olomide kick Pamela after she was caught in a feud with another of Koffi’s dancers named Cindy Le Couer. Cindy is reportedly Koffi’s favorite dancer and alleged mistress that’s why he took her side during her feud with Pamela.
Pamela has said that Olomide who was deported from Kenya yesterday did not attack her despite evidence proving otherwise.
In a video shared on The Selfie hitmaker’s Facebook page, Pamela said, “Dear fans of Koffi Olomide, I would like to tell you that Koffi did not attack me, it was a girl at the airport that was threatening me and Koffi came to defend me. Koffi can never beat us in public, and we all know that Koffi loves his dancers and he can never do something like that.”
“For your information, Koffi does not beat us. For all those who love Koffi, I want to tell you that Koffi is not someone who is aggressive… he loves us very much and it’s just a girl who came and started attacking us. As far as we are concerned, we don’t have any problem. We came for a concert. We are in good terms with Koffi. He is our president and he never harms us,” the dancer concluded.
Watch the video and observe the girl being kicked if she looks like “a girl at the airport that was threatening me and Koffi came to defend me,” according to Pamela.
Koffi started dating Cindy in 2012. According to allegations, the Congolese female singer had an impressive vocal range which placed her as a favorite among the rumba performer’s vocalists.
Meanwhile Olomide is married to Aliane Olomide and the couple have seven children: Nzau Twengi Aristotle O’Neill, Elvis, Minou Miss Universe, Didi Stone Nike, Rocky, Del pirlo Mourhino and Saint James Rolls.
He said, “I watched the video with a lot of distress where it seems that I was assaulting one of my dancers. On the contrary I was defending my dancers from a lady who was threatening them at the airport. I respect women and everyone knows that I do. I would like to apologize to all women because of my actions but I was defending my dancers.”