Sunday, June 22 2014
Singer Hilderman found himself in hot water with the Catholic church when he used the clergy apparel at his album launch last month. He was given days to apologize or face the law. The Zunguli singer has since sent recordings of his apology to radio and tv stations.
In his message, Hilderman says that it was his last intention to offend anyone with the use of the Bishop's attire. Still, he said that he was doing it for himself and the church, and, with no intentions of disrespecting religion or anything like that.
“I’m sorry. I thought I was doing it for my self and church and this was not intentional. If anyone out there is hurt by my actions, I’m sorry and please forgive me, let’s go forward.”
“I understand my mistake, I hurt some people but my intention was not to disrespect my church or hurt anyone.”
Now that Hilderman has acknowledged his wrong, the Church is yet to respond. Other artists will have to borrow a leaf from Hilderman to desist from such acts.
Did Ginimbi and Mimi Moana know they were about to die?