A Ghanaian Came For Nigerians On Twitter And Everybody Is Angry

March 23, 2016
Sticks and stones in form of erratic supply of electricity, depressing exchange rates, looting of government funds and fuel scarcity don’t break Nigerians. Rather than get outraged, Nigerians remain one of the happiest group of people in the world. What they cannot stand however, is hearing a foreigner speaking ill of their beloved country.

This Ghanaian Twitter user found the recipe to really upset Nigerians. She said how she really felt about them.

Nigerians are the only people who like Nigerians, y’all fuck like rabbits so there’s so many of you, the world can’t say shit.

— Goddess of Black. (@afualareine) March 22, 2016

According to her..

You point out their ridiculous arrogance & everyones in your mentions screaming “jealousy”

.. No many of your attitudes are ??? — Goddess of Black. (@afualareine) March 22, 2016

Nigeria has been completely messed up from the past.

Cool, economically y’all are stunting in the continent; but let’s face it, your country is completely fucked. Historically & present.

— Goddess of Black. (@afualareine) March 22, 2016

Other African nations also matter…

Your music is ??; But there are many other African nations that make our continent amazing. Stop acting like other nations ain’t shit.

— Goddess of Black. (@afualareine) March 22, 2016

Why are there so many Nigerians living outside the country?

If Nigeria is so fucking amazing why tf do y’all overpopulate everywhere but Nigeria? Like come on ?????

— Goddess of Black. (@afualareine) March 22, 2016

Nigerians are great but need to ease up on the arrogance.

Ain’t no body jealous of Nigeria. Y’all bring forth some greatness to the continent, but chill nuh. I don’t understand the arrogance.

— Goddess of Black. (@afualareine) March 22, 2016

Nigerians rule the universe of shade and clapbacks.

Waiting for the Nigerians to camp in my mentions and insult, cause that’s all y’all are good at. But I ain’t saying nothing but the truth.

— Goddess of Black. (@afualareine) March 22, 2016

But are too proud for her liking…

the only African nation I know that goes over board on pride, even if you have nothing to be proud of.

— Goddess of Black. (@afualareine) March 22, 2016

Commit 419 scams just to show that they have arrived.

Nigerians will steal and scam just to show off to people they don’t even give a fuck about, That’s why your country is in shambles.

— Goddess of Black. (@afualareine) March 22, 2016

She loves Nigerians but….

Im out, I love my Nigerians .. But some of you pic.twitter.com/A8PmnnPRgV

— Goddess of Black. (@afualareine) March 22, 2016

No buts abeg….

Because Nigerians will not take it lying down.

They came back for her armed with clapbacks…

And shade.

They just won’t stand for such rudeness and disrespect.

Africa as a continent is steps behind all other continents in term of development. Rather than bash other countries, hands should be placed on deck to finally place our continent at the same pace and time with others.

Also Nigerians should use this outrage as a drive to fix some of the things wrong with the country.

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