- The singer posted a video of herself and two kids enjoying one of her songs
- Deborah Vanessa seemed surprised by the abuse she got for the video
Social media has provided a platform for famous people to interact with their fan base on a more intimate level. But the communications between celebrities and their followers are not all about fans telling their stars how they are beloved.
Musician and model Deborah Vanessa has been hit with a reality check by one Instagram follower who was not so enthused by her. The follower decided an insult was unfortunately the way to go.
It began as the singer posted a video of herself and two other children enjoying her song "Ghana Jollof". The song has incurred the wrath of Nigerian because it borders on the undercurrent "jollof wars" between Ghana and Nigeria.
The user tee_hush, wrote: "So painful how pple involve teen in abusive issue like this I forgive those kids but for u the grown up mix colour what happen to ur brain am sure koffi Annan died with it next time try and rep Ghana in good manner stop making us concluding that all Ghanaians are like patapaa #kwasia @sisterdeborah @ellenbaby89"
From indications, the user is a Nigerian who was not pleased with Deborah Vanessa. The artiste was taken aback and she could only respond with: "@tee_hush ah? �� "
The comment generated a long and complicated back and forth under Deborah Vanessa's post. There were those who supported Deborah's attackers and some who thought it was just a song about rice.
Whatever it is, the mileage this would give to the song is not something Deborah Vanessa would be worried about.
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