- DJ Switch has reacted to comment made by one Richard Amoah over her photo
- The young prodigy indicated that the matter had been reported to the rightful authorities
- DJ Switch and Richard Amoah made headlines some days ago following a post and a comment
Young talented disc jockey, Erica Tandoh known widely by her fans and followers as DJ Switch, has finally reacted to a comment passed by one Richard Amoah about her photo.
In a series of posts sighted by YEN.com.gh on the Instagram page of the former Talented Kids winner, DJ Switch revealed that the matter had been reported to the rightful agencies.
The young prodigy thanked all her fans who showed concern when Richard Amoah made the unpleasant comment following a new photo she posted.
She went on to indicate that she was safe and sound and encouraged her teeming fans and followers to do same.
Her posted read:
"Dear Instagram Family, Thank you for all your concern regarding the recent cyber attack against me. All information regarding this matter has been handed to the right authorities for further investigation. I'm fine and staying safe. Switch up and be safe."
DJ Switch went on to make another post after she posted a photo of herself doing what she loved the most and captioned that too:
"Let’s imagine a world where every child can be free to imagine endless possibilities for a brighter world we all want to see #switchup"
Many fans and followers of Ghana's youngest DJ took to the comment section to express their solidarity and also admired her for her strength and immense talent.
Meanwhile, Richard Amoah the young Ghanaian man whose Facebook profile made a comment under young prodigy DJ Switch's post has spoken for the first time on the matter. In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh on Instagram, Richard Amoah was seen explaining how the whole incident happened. According to him, the post was not made by himself since he is a very busy person in real life.
In giving a possible explanation as to how the comment appeared in his name under DJ Switch's post, Richard Amoah indicated that it might have been the work of a hacker or hater.
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