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You Can Insult A Whole President But You Can’t Stand Trolls – Ghanaians Slam Bridget Otoo For Joining Nana Aba, Serwaa To Humiliate Blogger

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Some Ghanaian social media users have expressed outrage at Metro TV News Presenter, Bridget Otoo for joining her friends; Nana Aba Anamoah and Serwaa Amihere to humiliate one Journalist Albert who appeared at GhOne for an audition.

In a video that went viral yesterday, Journalist Albert was confronted with his own tweets which appeared to follow a systematic pattern of abuse, bullying and slander directed at females in particular, including all 3 of the female panelists.

When confronted with his own slanderous comments, Albert sought to make light of the issue by claiming that Twitter was just for agenda setting and for nothing serious. However, his panelists will not budge.

After minutes of being subjected to a dose of his own medication, Albert was discharged from the stage and disqualified from the competition; his hopes dashed and his ego, badly bruised.

Though many have applauded the 3 panelists for subjecting Albert to what he has constantly subjected others to, some have also expressed complete dissatisfaction at the way and manner the panelists sought to get their own pound of flesh.

To many, the platform was an audition platform and was not a conducive avenue for revenge.

To many, Bridget Otoo in particular should not be confronting others for slander considering the slanderous comments she makes against others, even the President.

See some tweets below………..

Source: GhanaFeed.Com

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