The Social media is filled up with outbursts of celebrity feuds, power and class struggles every other day. Just recently, Nollywood actor, Jim Iyke took to twitter to slur the Ghanaian blogger, Chris Vincent-Febiri calling him a, ‘bisexual nincompoop’ what does that even mean?
Apparently, Vincent’s offence was reporting Jim Iyke’s alleged public fight which brewed the feud between the two personalities. Vincent in a note to pulse.ng reads;
”I have now seen Jim Iyke’s tweet calling me a bisexual nincompoop because I pointed out his absurdity after fighting in public”
”Jim, in his tweet, said I have jumped from Law to become a copy and paste blogger, forgetting that he was responding to a blog he seems to suggest has no value.Who spends his precious time reading a blog with no value and then proceed to respond to its publication? Only Jim Iyke!”
Who spends his precious time reading a blog with no value and then proceed to respond to its publication? Only Jim Iyke!
“And did he say I have abandoned Law? If Jim Iyke was smart enough, (contrary to what we all think), he could have easily established from this blog that I am still pursuing law, in fact, I am a postgrad International Human Rights student, something Jim Iyke can probably ever come close to in movies or in his world of delusion.
“Anyway, there is no need to go on about who is smart and who is not; it is so obvious that the blind can even see it.
“Jim Iyke couldn’t even spell my name right when it was all in front of him. Thanks for the free traffic Jim Iyke! God richly bless you, amen.”
The social media as the name implies, is a means of social communication to convey messages and ease interaction amongst individuals. It not a tool for celebrity outbursts of feuds, rivalry display and rage. The right party at this juncture should not be debated. Instead, we are to critically view beyond the feud and ask ourselves, is the social media the right platform to iron out misunderstandings and arguments? Issues like these are handled responsibly without overlooking the children and youths that have access to the social media or what do you think?
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