Actress gets seriously mocked after her criticism of Moesha backfires

Actress gets seriously mocked after her criticism of Moesha backfires

- An actress has incurred the wrath of social media after her criticism of Moesha went bad

- She was mocked by social media users for getting the pronunciation of Moesha wrong

Rosemond Brown, a budding Ghanaian actress has incurred the wrath of many Ghanaians on social media and has been heavily mocked for her awkward pronunciation of the name, “Moesha”.

In reacting to Moesha’s viral CNN interview, Rosemond Brown took to her Instagram account and posted a video of herself lambasting her fellow actress over her comments.

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According to Rosemond Brown, Moesha was a disgrace for saying she slept with men to be able to pay rent.

She was of the view that, the actress could get better property than just rent, money for fuel and money for food.

Rosemond went on to admonish Moesha to go back to CNN to retract her words and say more positive things about Ghana. On top of that, she demanded that the actress made an apology video and apologize to all hardworking Ghanaian women.

However, her video caught the attention of many people for the ‘bad English’ and it has attracted a lot of critics.

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Some social media users mocked the actress for pronouncing Moesha as “Moinshia” and also highlighted her use of certain sentences.

Her alleged 'terrible' English has gained more prominence than her criticism of her colleague actress.

Actress Moesha Babiinoti Boduong has attracted heavy criticism from social media after she made some comments regarding Ghana’s economy and how difficult it was living as a woman in the country.

Some top citizens and celebrities including Pastor Mensa Otabil, Efia Odo, Confidence Haugen, Vicky Zugah and Eazzy have all expressed their disappointment following Moesha’s interview with award-winning journalist, Christiane Amanpour.

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