Bridget Otoo Clashes With D-Black On Social Media
A portion of President Akufo-Addo’s speech that reads: “64 years ago, we freed our nation, Ghana, from the shackles of colonialism and imperialism. We were the first nation, in colonial Africa, to gain our independence from the colonial power, and, thus, became the torchbearer of the struggle for liberation of the African continent” got a rather quick reaction of the former TV presenter.
Retweeting the part of the speech, she asked the question: “You and who freed ‘our Nation’ ?”
You and who freed ‘our Nation’ ? https://t.co/QFKr3WOdPQ
— #SerwaaDay (@Bridget_Otoo) March 6, 2021
Apparently, her question was seen as a harsh one by the boss of Black Avenue Musik and he asked her if she did not see that question as one that was disrespectful.
Isn’t this a tad disrespectful? https://t.co/NMPvWvqcWA
— Mr. Desmond Blackmore (@DBLACKGH) March 7, 2021
Well, the question saw Bridget Otoo turn the heat on him. According to her, it is not wrong for people to ask questions and told D-Black to ensure he does not give that tragedy of training to his daughter.
Bridget Otoo also made reference to D-Black’s shame in the hands of Dr. UN and added that if he was someone who found it prudent to ask questions when need be, he would have been disgraced like that.
You were raised not to question things, please don’t pass that tragedy to your daughter. Perhaps If you had asked questions, you wouldn’t have ended up at Dr. UN’s Awards. Thank You https://t.co/3xZA2SL2Je
— #SerwaaDay (@Bridget_Otoo) March 8, 2021