Ghanaian actress, Juliet Ibrahim took to Instagram to demean an entire continent calling them Internet beggars on Tory Lanez’ I.G live of over 250,000 viewers.
The 34-year-old joined the clique of African celebrities that has taken it upon themselves to broke-shame their fans as she insinuated Africans are poor and internet beggers in various words. In another comment, she said some Africans can not get milk.
The derogatory statements did not go down well with Africans and they expressed their distaste in her choice of words as they dragged her on Twitter streets.
Below are the reaction of Twitter users;
There are poor people in every continent in this earth.Even in the U.S,there are people who can't afford milk but Juliet Ibrahim thought it wise to insult the whole African continent on Instagram live, called them beggars but went ahead to drop her business page on the same video pic.twitter.com/rDxrcTzrpR— DR.PENKING™ (@drpenking) April 10, 2020
Juliet Ibrahim has joined the longlist of celebrities poverty shaming people.— CHIEf , THE DADDY™ 🦁👳 (@umar_ayotunde) April 10, 2020
Truth is that, if not for God, a lot of these celebrities will be dropping account numbers for giveaways. They forgot that anyone’s story can change just within 2 seconds.
Just 2 seconds!!
Please which African Country told Juliet Ibrahim that they Lack Milk?— DANNY WALTER 👑 (@Danny_Walterr) April 10, 2020
Are these celebrities in a Competition for the Most stupid Social media Act? It’s been 5 days in a row!
After Naira Marley did his own, Juliet Ibrahim went ahead to broke-shame Africans on Tory Lanez live video— Lamarr ❁ (@Kinglamarr___) April 10, 2020
really dumb and disrespectful.🤦🏽♂️
You people should not let Juliet Ibrahim trend at number one over Good Friday; that is the real reason we are alive today. She is not worth it.— Favour💓❤️ (@__Faves) April 10, 2020