Congolese singer, Fally Ipupa,wants Kenyans to forgive his mentor Koffi Olomide.
Speaking at the Laugh Festival on Friday night at the carnivore grounds, Fally, who is in the country for the Coke Studio TV show told fans that: "Koffi is like my father, so I apologise to Kenya for what he did. I apologise to every Kenyan, every mother and every African. If your father does something wrong all you can do is apologise on his behalf. So from me to you, I am sorry."
Koffi was deported by the Kenyan authorities 24 hours after his arrival after he was caught on camera assaulting one of his dancers at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport.
The incident sparked a public outcry that saw Kenyans on social media calling for the Congolese musician's arrest.
He later got arrested in his home country and was in jail for a week. He has since been posting photos of himself and his family on social media celebrating his release.