- Moesha has made a hilarious video in which she took a swipe at her fans
- According to the video vixen, her fans are too fond of using 'fire' emojis under her posts
- She added that she was sure it was because they wanted to prove their love for her
Actress and video vixen, Moesha Babiinoti Boduong has taken a swipe at her emoji-commenting fans in a funny video she posted on her official Instagram page.
In what appeared like a funny jab at her teeming fans, Moesha quizzed why many of her fans were fond of commenting with the 'fire' emoji under her posts instead of writing out full sentences.
According to her, whenever she goes through the comment section under her post, the majority of the comments are emojis, most especially, the 'fire' emoji.
Moesha indicated that even if she posts a photo of herself crying, some of her fans would react to it with the fire emoji, and she just could not come to terms with it.
She said the same phenomenon applied when she posted a video and photo of an advert she had been contracted to do.
After posting the video, she captioned it: "Those people who send fire emojis under every post I make do you read at all?? I can make a post about death, they will put fire emoji"
Many fans and followers took to the comment section to react to Moesha's new claim about the fire emoji issue.
ama_seyram__ wrote: "They comment with fire emojis to gain followers ohhh"
toosweetannangh came in with the comment: "Why do you keep rolling your eyes pepper enter your eye?"
elikem_the_gossip also wrote: "....they are fired up for you"
Checks made by YEN.com.gh under Moesha's video indeed proved that her fans were fond of commenting with the fire emoji.
In other news, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that the Chief Executive Officer of Lynx Entertainment, Richie Mensah, has waded into the ongoing trending beef between his artiste Kuami Eugene and NKZ star, Guru.
In a new post sighted by YEN.com.gh on Instagram, Richie jumped to the defence of Kuami Eugene and indicated that the Walahi singer was not at fault.
The Lynx Entertainment boss went on to indicate that Guru was rather the one to blame in the whole issue since he was going around spinning stories.
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