Management of Quick Credit Investment Micro-Credit Limited has threatened to take legal action against comic actor Comedian Waris for allegedly misusing its brand to create an unrelated video skit that contradicts what the company stands for.
In a popular video titled “Birthday Delivery Guy”, the comic actor was seen wearing a Quick Credit T-shirt threatening another actor with a cutlass to pay back a supposed loan.
In a swift response on Wednesday July 19, 2023, the company said it had no involvement with the comedian’s content, adding that it would not hold back from pursuing legal action against the comedian.
It further urged the general public to seek accurate information through its website.
“Management of Quick Credit Investment and Micro-Credit Limited is appalled by this misrepresentation of its image and wishes to categorically state that this individual has no affiliation with Quick Credit Investment and Micro-Credit Investment Limited. The management of the company said it does not engage its brand in comic activities.
However, it appears Quick Credit Investment may not really be in the good books of some Ghanaians. A number of comments under the said release on their official Facebook page didn’t go in their favour.
A follower, Adwoa Konadu wrote, “That is what ur workers are doing. He has observed them and he’s also using it as a comedy skit”.
Tina Andy Hayes had this to say, “Your people they do more than this wai”.
In the words of Fiester Harrison, “What are u disassociating from this primitive and inhuman behavior your staff are doing to ur customers…. Hmmmm one day one day ….yooo”
Checks by Graphic Showbiz indicates that the video which went viral since it was posted days ago has since been deleted from the comedian’s social media pages and it is unclear whether the action is in relation to the company’s threat to issue legal action.
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